The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals wants you to discover the collaborative process and whether collaborative divorce is right for you. To that end and for a limited time, the IACP has created a kit that answers many of the common questions about collaborative divorce and has the kit available for download.
For a limited time, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) is offering a free, downloadable "Collaborative Divorce Knowledge Kit". The kit is designed for individuals unsure of the Collaborative divorce model. It explains the non-court Collaborative process and includes a "Litigation Divorce vs. Collaborative Divorce" chart that directly compares the two models and recent case studies.
In the Oscar-award winning movie "Juno," the husband (played by Jason Bateman) said, "We can get a Collaborative divorce. I hear it’s all the rage." He’s right. There are twenty times more collaborative professionals now than just ten years ago. And this explosion is changing how people get divorced from Canada to the Far East.
One reason is people appreciate how Collaborative divorce keeps the process out of the courtroom and lets the people involved maintain control of the entire process. The result: a mutually beneficial outcome for all parties – especially the children.
Another benefit: considerably less emotional stress during and after the divorce.
But is a Collaborative divorce a viable alternative to a litigated divorce? The answer is available in a downloadable, free kit called the "Collaborative Divorce Knowledge Kit." This kit was created by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). IACP is an international non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and professionals about Collaborative Practice.
The free "Collaborative Divorce Knowledge Kit" explains how the collaborative model works and what to expect from the process. It includes case studies of families who chose collaboration and their outcomes. Plus it contains a convenient chart directly comparing collaboration to litigation.
For more about the Collaborative divorce process, please refer to the attached article "Collaborative Divorce – Redefining Families Instead of Breaking them Apart".
Discover if the collaborative model is right for you. Download your free Collaborative Divorce Knowledge Kit.
This kit answers many of the common questions about Collaborative Practice.
You’ll also learn about real families — families like yours — who used the Collaborative model. And see how it benefited them.
To find out more, download your kit right now.
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