I have 40 years experience working with divorce clients as a family law attorney, domestic violence prosecutor and guardian for children. I am trained in collaborative divorce, arbitration and mediation. In addition I have served on national committees advocating for children in the divorce process. My goal is to navigate clients through the trauma of divorce and to help them transition to a better life for them and their children.
Steve Kriegshaber, Esq., CDC Certified Divorce Coach
Collaborative articles and information
- Questions about the Collaborative Process
- Collaborative Participation Agreement
- Addendum – Collaborative Participation Agreement
- Addendum – Jointly Retained Neutral Consultants
- Roadmap of Collaborative Process
- First Four-Way Agenda
- Collaborative Problem-Solving Decision-Making Model
- Imagine… A Collaborative Approach To Divorce
- Divorcing – A New Way
- Collaborative divorces keep separation details secret
Our Collaborative Team & Resources
The Collaborative Process, even though avoiding court, still involves a legal agreement. Therefore, your Collaborative Attorney will be there to advise you on all matters of law.
The Collaborative Process involves a detailed review of all assets and incomes. Certified Financial Specialists will assist you in evaluating and analyzing financial options for your future financial well-being.
Mental health professionals help you manage the stress of changing relationships and being at your best during the Collaborative Process. They work with children to understand and express their feelings.
Thank you for helping us navigate such a difficult time in our lives. I am so glad that we chose a collaborative approach to divorce!
Let’s navigate this together!
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