Collaborative Practice Divorce

Get the education, support, and guidance you need to reach a balanced, respectful, and lasting agreement in your divorce.

Are you worried about the impact divorce will have on you and your children?

Are you asking yourself questions like these?

How can we agree on the terms of our divorce without going to court?

What will my personal finances look like during and after divorce?

How will the divorce process impact my mental health and that of my children?

Can we keep our family matters private?

Get the guidance you need from a team of financial planners, attorneys, and mental health professionals through Collaborative Practice Divorce.

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A Values-Centered Approach to Divorce

At Avant-Garde Wealth, we know you are the kind of person who wants to transition from married to divorced in the most respectful way possible. In order to do that, you need to choose a collaborative method of divorce. The problem is that you do not know how to build a team of professionals to guide you during this transition, which makes you feel overwhelmed.

We believe divorcing couples deserve to reach respectful, balanced, and lasting agreements in safe and dignified environments. We understand that is easier said than done. That is why we help people build teams of skilled and compassionate professionals, as well as serve as neutral financial professionals.

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How It Works

1. Schedule a call

2. Build your team

3. Start the process

Make the transition in the best way possible.

The Next Stage of Life

Lily values her children the most in life. She wanted to minimize the impact of her and Marshall’s divorce on them as much as possible. Mom and Dad do not divorce, but Husband and Wife do. She wanted to share custody with Marshall, but she was unsure of what that would look like with Marshall regularly traveling internationally for work. As a stay-at-home mom, she had always been the primary caretaker of the children. Lily was concerned about her future financial stability.

Marshall also values his children. He wanted joint custody of them more than anything else. He had worked hard to provide financially for the family, and he wanted to continue to do so, but he understood that he would have to prioritize his time in a way that allowed him to be the father he wanted to be. Marshall was concerned about the impact divorce would have on his retirement savings and ability to retire at age 55. He also wanted to keep the details of the divorce private.

Lily and Marshall prioritized the well-being of their children and worked with a mental health professional to help all of them with the transition. They also developed a co-parenting plan that allowed them to continue their Mom and Dad roles. Lily and Marshall agreed on an equitable division of the assets they accumulated together during their marriage.

These are not clients of Avant-Garde Wealth. The examples are intended for illustrative purposes only.

Divorcing couples deserve to reach balanced, respectful and lasting agreements in safe and dignified environments. We build a team to help you transition into the next stage of life.

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Collaborative Practice Divorce Principles

A pledge not to go to court

An honest exchange of information by both spouses

A solution that takes into account the highest priorities of both adults and their children

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