North Georgia Collaborative Family Law Network
Our team of attorneys offers prospective clients a vast and diverse level of experience. Clients can choose an attorney to work directly with their spouse’s attorney to bring practical and efficient solutions to their family. The collaborative attorney is specially trained and licensed and this can offer a client more resources than a traditional litigation attorney. Still, each of these attorneys is a trained litigation attorney. They have conducted thousands of trials collectively. However, these attorneys want to offer their clients an alternative that is more family friendly and less adversarial than the traditional route. This is not something that most other divorce or family attorneys can offer. To read more about the attorneys and select one suited for your case, read their information or contact them at their individual site to learn information about how their experience can benefit you and your family.
Our team of mental health professionals are all highly experienced and fully licensed to provide expert services in the areas of divorce coaching and child specialty. As a divorce coach, their role is to advocate for their client during a period of separation or divorce. These mental health professional can calm the emotional storms usually associated with a divorce or a family law crisis. This allows the parties to have more control in the process and to communicate more effectively their needs and desires. The coaches use proven strategies and techniques to build roadmaps for the family to navigate through a challenge where both parties are at odds.
The financial experts are trained in the area of divorce planning and strategy. They are often CPAs or Certified Financial Planners, but our team can also bring other valuable experience in other areas of financial needs. They are neutral providers designed to give necessary and important information which is often overlooked in a traditional divorce setting. Clients benefit from their tax and asset planning experience to maximize the financial assets available for both parties. They assist clients with budgeting and fiscal planning to help the parties jointly provide for their financial prosperity or their children’s future needs. In complex financial cases, the neutral expert can help the parties realistically value business assets, pension plans, as well as plan for long term liabilities. They can design alimony or child support strategies that help both parties support themselves independently. Their primary motivation is to find a win-win solution for the team.