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2.  Your Divorce Coach is also a licensed mental health professional with specialized training in Collaborative Divorce.  Each of you will select your own Divorce Coach.

Your Divorce Coach will help you:
  • Improve your communication and listening skills.
  • Develop skills to negotiate.
  • Develop problem-solving skills.
  • Manage your feelings.
  • Create and follow through with your parenting goals.
  • Create a plan suitable for you and your children.

You will be able to meet with your Divorce Coach as often as you need.  Your Divorce Coach will help you prepare for your meetings with your spouse and with other members of your Collaborative Divorce Team.

3.  Your Financial Specialist is a qualified financial planner or accountant trained in Collaborative Divorce.  Your Financial Specialist is neutral, and helps both of you.

Your Financial Specialist will help each of you:
  • Understand your current financial situation.
  • Collect and organize the financial information you need.
  • Understand your financial chocies.
  • Understand the impact of your decisions for now and the future.

Your Financial Specialist will help you understand all of this informaiton so you can make the best decision possible for your financial future.
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