Yes, you can—even if you don't consider yourselves "collaborative." Collaborative Divorce helps couples in high-conflict separations come to an agreement and move forward with strength and dignity.
Collaborative Family Lawyers are specially trained to help you define your needs and negotiate through conflict.
Divorce Coaches can share tips and techniques to lower stress and help you communicate and feel heard in the midst of anger and bitterness.
And if you share children, the Child Specialist helps you make sure your children are protected from the damage caused by family conflict.