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  • ADVANTAGE: TEAM COLLABORATIVE

    A common question that arrives in the mailbox of this website is “how much does collaborative cost?” It is likely that the writer of the email presumes that, as an… Read More »

     
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  • WHEN EXPERTS MATTER

    A recent survey regarding attitudes regarding taxes and tax preparation revealed that a majority of households – 56% actually – relied upon another person or firm to prepare their taxes.… Read More »

     
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  • WHAT’S IN A NAME?

    In this age of social media and online information, we still receive old fashioned phone calls asking a very appropriate question: Do both me and my husband/wife/partner need to have… Read More »

     
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  • A Twist on the Team

    Since it emerged over twenty years ago, the number of professionals using the Collaborative Process has grown and expanded worldwide. Clients have embraced the process as an alternative to the… Read More »

     
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WELCOME TO THE COLLABORATIVE FAMILY LAW WEBSITE

Welcome to the website of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin. Our goal is to make you aware of your options for the resolution of family disputes - including divorce - and to help you learn about Collaborative, an alternative to the traditional litigated approach.

We encourage you to "Take the Tour" of the Collaborative model to read about the process and watch brief videos featuring Wisconsin practitioners of Collaborative. You may also learn about each team professional using the links to the left. Search for a Collaborative Professional here as well.

WISCONSIN COLLAB+BLOG is the Archive page for past posts, and is a great place to learn more about collaborative law, issues in family law and divorce, and what you should know about financial considerations, parenting, support, and a host of other topics.

 

FEATURED VIDEO

Gaylene Stingl, CPA discusses the role of the Financial Neutral.

 

Client Comments

  • Divorce is difficult, but I never regretted choosing the collaborative process. Guided by my attorney and mental health coach, I was able to make my own decisions about my future and asset division at a pace that was comfortable for me.

    Carrie, Married 25 years, mother of 2