At Trinity Family Law, a Dupage County Divorce Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping people resolve legal issues in a non-adversarial way. Our divorce clients hire us to resolve their issues using the collaborative process, or if appropriate, an uncontested or cooperative process. Collaborative Divorce (also referred to as Collaborative Practice) is an innovative, rational approach to divorce in a process that too often overlooks the fact that real people and real families are involved.
The Collaborative Practice Option
When a couple gets married, they do not plan to break up. In some cases, however, people grow in different directions and despite their best efforts, it becomes clear that a divorce is best for all involved. In Collaborative Divorce, couples agree to avoid litigation and instead commit to a process where they work together to find solutions to their differences.
“I started the law firm in 2003 shortly after my own divorce when the Collaborative movement was in its infancy…
[Our experience] begins with our location and office environment. We prefer the ‘home converted to office space’ to an office building. In fact, when people walk in the door, many often comment that they relax. They expect a sterile, corporate environment. Instead, they enter a place that reminds them of someone’s home. Everyone in the practice knows it is their job to put people at ease.”