We are multi-disciplinary, independent, unaffiliated licensed professionals dedicated to helping divorcing clients create agreements respectfully through the Collaborative Process, avoiding court and adversarial representation. 

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Why Collaborative Practice?

People involved in a dispute choose Collaborative Practice to reach a resolution because they are fully involved, they maintain control over their case, they are empowered to make client-centered decisions, and they are provided the full support of a team of professionals with varied skills and expertise who help them to make well-informed, creative and appropriate decisions.

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Find skilled and compassionate professionals to help you manage the many aspects of divorce—the legal issues, the emotional turmoil, the concerns for children and the financial and property questions. Click on “Find a Professional” to learn about our professionals on your own, or click on “Help Me Start” to learn how we can provide a point person to help you get started. 

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Divorce Options™ Workshops

A FREE community service open to those who want to learn more about the process of divorce.  Divorce Options™ is a three-hour Zoom electronic workshop offered by Sonoma County Professionals on the second Saturday of each odd numbered month and by Marin County Professionals on the second Saturday of each even numbered month from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. You are welcome to join on any date. Each month an attorney, a mental health professional, and a financial professional provide unbiased information about self-representation, mediation, Collaborative Divorce, and litigated divorce along with information about the process from their respective professions.

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