Collaborative Divorce


What is a Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative law refers to the process of removing disputes from the “fight and win” setting of a courtroom into a “troubleshoot and problem solve” setting of negotiations. Thus, a collaborative law divorce is a process by which parties use mediation and negotiations to settle their divorce.

What are the Benefits of Using a Collaborative Divorce?

There are a number of benefits to being able to avoid using the court process to resolve your divorce issues. Some of the more important benefits of using a collaborative model are that it:

  • Saves money

  • Saves time

  • Takes place in an informal setting

  • Allows you to decide now how to handle post-settlement disputes; and

  • Allows you to come to agreements with the assistance of a professional team that work for you and your family.

For additional information, please contact Dr. Marowitz at 407-865-3855, or click below to request an appointment via email.


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I'm Dr. Roberta Marowitz. I am the Founder and Director of Counseling & Relationship Institute. As a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and psychotherapist, I offer individual, couple, family and group counseling services. For over 35 years, it has been my pleasure to help people in Central Florida with a broad range of issues.

In addition, I work in concert with legal and financial professionals in the area of Collaborative Family Law, which offers a way to resolve family legal disputes respectfully without going to court.

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