Divorce in Wisconsin
The 4 ways to divorce in Wisconsin:
Pro Se - which means "do-it yourself"
Mediation - using a neutral 3rd party
Litigation - you "go to court"
Collaborative - you control the process
In four powerful words - You are in charge.
- You control the process and pace
- Your Team creates workable solutions
- The process is private, not public
- The outcome is unique to your family.
How Do You Begin?
Take the Collaborative Tour, and
- Learn how Collaborative works
- Understand how Collaborative considers everyone's interests together
- Find the right professionals to help you
October 4, 2016
Rebecca Oettinger, JD
Commentary, Opinion and News about Family Law
Collaborative Divorce or Mediation?
Nancy Cannon, Psy.D (retired) - Divorce Coach and Child Specialist
Past Chair, Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin
7 minutes - The Value of the Collaborative Process
LEARN ABOUT COLLABORATIVE IN OUR VIDEO LIBRARY
Hear from Collaborative Professionals
Our YouTube channel contains a number of videos outlining the role of Collaborative Practice team members, your responsibilities as a client, and why attorneys, financial neutrals, divorce coaches, child specialists and affiliate members are so critical to the process
Watch for a new CFLCW Video Page coming soon to this website!
FIND A COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONAL
Our Membership Directory allows you to search for a CFLCW member by profession or office location. It is important to remember that most members do not restrict their practice geographically and therefore practice in multiple counties.