Divorce & Child Custody Without Court During COVID-19

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By: International Academy of Collaborative Profsnls
April 28, 2020 - PRLog -- Contact: Nikki Jones, nikki@collaborativepractice.com 914-297-9093

Around the world, divorced and divorcing parents are finding themselves stuck. Courts are closed as their families are dealing with new pressures, such as agreeing on safety measures for children or managing child custody and visitation schedules thrown into chaos during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Collaborative Professionals are helping parents navigate divorce and child custody arrangements without having to go to court through a process called Collaborative Divorce (https://www.collaborativepractice.com/collaborative-practice-faqs).

Collaborative practitioners, including attorneys, mental health professionals, child specialists, and financial experts, are utilizing virtual meeting options while complying with social distancing guidelines. Court closures are not an issue as Collaborative Divorce is a longstanding alternative to the hostility and dysfunction typically experienced in courtrooms.

Divorce process initiations, as well as alterations to ongoing arrangements, can easily be managed virtually. Binding customized agreements and related legal documentation will be filed with the courts once they reopen.

"The global Collaborative community has a history of being adaptive in terms of how we serve our clients," said Anne Tamar-Mattis, Executive Director of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). "Our members are steadfast in their commitment to helping people go through the life-changing experience of divorce during this current pandemic."

Collaborative Divorce Highlights (https://www.collaborativepractice.com/collaborative-pract...):

·         Avoids the need to go to court

·         Creates a unique action plan that addresses child custody and visitation arrangements, finances and more

·         Relies on small teams of on IACP members (experienced attorneys, mental health professionals, child specialists, and financial experts)

Want to interview an IACP member via phone or video? Email nikki@collaborativepractice.com.

The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) is an international nonprofit organization focused on transforming the way families divorce by helping them create customized solutions and stay out of court. For more information about IACP or to find a Collaborative professional near you, visit www.collaborativepractice.com.

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