We are not married. Can the collaborative divorce process be helpful to us around visitation and custody issues?
When parents are not married, the law suit is a paternity issue and collaborative processes work very well. Anytime there are families involved and children involved, a collaborative process helps parents to make the best decision. It’s available in paternity actions, it’s available in will contest, it’s available in will probate, in divorce, in modification. Even if your divorce was handled without the collaborative process, if you need to modify your child support or alimony, you can use a collaborative process now. It’s in your best interests.