Deborah O. Day, Psy.D. - PSYCHOLOGICAL AFFILIATES
Collaborative Practice, including Collaborative Law and interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce, is a new way for you to resolve disputes respectfully -- without going to court -- while working with trained professionals who are important to all areas of your life.
The heart of Collaborative Practice or Collaborative Divorce is to offer you and your spouse or partner the support, protection, and guidance of your own lawyers without going to court. Additionally, Collaborative Divorce allows you the benefit of child and financial specialists in mental health neutral professionals all working together on your team.
In Collaborative Practice, core elements form your contractual commitments, which are to:
• Negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement without having courts
• Maintain open communication and information sharing.
• Create shared solutions acknowledging the highest priorities of all.
Psychological Affiliates's mental health neutrals have years of expertise with all of IACP's models to guide you through the following:
• Discover the benefits of collaborative solutions for marriage
dissolution, parenting plans and co-parenting issues, division of assets,
• Learn how Collaborative Divorce/Collaborative Practice offers
guidance, information, and respectful problem solving.
• Understand how to better manage the effects of divorce on your children.
• Locate collaborative legal, financial, and emotional support resources
for family disputes.
Collaborative Divorce Psychology
Divided Loyalties Classes