Brook is a collaboratively trained associate attorney with Jackson Family Law in Crestview Hills, Kentucky. There she has focused exclusively on family law matters since 2019.

Brook practices with an approach that is rooted in finding ways to resolve conflict versus creating legal battles. As this approach was influenced by her own parents divorce that took place while she was in high school, Brook fully appreciates the difficulties and impact of a divorce from all sides and strives to make a positive difference in the lives of the families that she works with. Brook believes that the Collaborative Divorce Process is an invaluable option for Northern Kentucky families who share her philosophy on amicably resolving differences that arise amid changes in family dynamics.

Brook believes that the Collaborative Divorce Process is the better way to resolve family law matters because it implements a team-based approach that provides clients with more control and confidentiality than afforded by standard negotiations and traditional litigation.

My ex-wife and I completed our collaborative divorce last year. It was in Kenton County. The process worked very well. Most importantly, our children were not adversely affected by the divorce process. We were able to cooperate with regard to them throughout the process. Because of the Collaborative Process, we did not have to experience the months-long wait for court hearings that other couples experience. We were able to control the process, and work through our divorce more efficiently than in litigation.

Preparing for and attending a collaborative meeting in a divorce is much easier than preparing for and attending a court hearing.

Divorce is always challenging, but the Collaborative Process helped reduce the level of tension and anxiety for us, especially compared to other people I have known that did not do collaborative. We learned a process of communication that we still use to resolve issues with our children.

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