Collaborative Divorce

Cooperative Divorce

When they separate or divorce, couples must find a way to resolve their differences on all relevant issues. Collaborative divorce is designed to minimize conflict while working toward that resolution.

For couples electing to end their marriage using a collaborative approach, their attorneys and any other professional involved, agree to make a good faith attempt to reach a mutually acceptable settlement without going to court. Working together, they strive to dissolve the marriage in a way that addresses everyone’s legal, financial, and emotional needs.

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for You?

Collaborative divorce empowers spouses to dissolve their marriage with dignity, but it’s not a one size fits all option. Ideally, the participants:

Benefits of Collaborative Divorce


If you have any questions about the collaborative divorce process, please feel free to contact Loeb & Herman at (414) 272-5632 or via e-mail.