If your only notion of what happens during a divorce is based on what you've seen on television dramas, you likely don't know about a new approach to divorce that's gaining in popularity. You won't see it on any soap opera, because its whole purpose is to remove the drama from divorce.
For many people who have made the extraordinarily difficult decision to divorce, keeping the process non-adversarial is a main priority. Whether you want to shield your children from a contentious custody battle or you simply want to avoid the cost and complication of going to court, a collaborative divorce may be the optimal choice for your Kentucky family.
Parents who choose to end their marriage often worry how their children will handle the emotional repercussions of a drawn-out courtroom battle. Fortunately, there is an alternative for parents who are less interested in casting blame and more interested in protecting their children from parental conflict.