What is a Mindful Divorce?

In March of 2019, I left the law firm where I started my career and had practiced family law for 11 years and I opened a new firm, Mindful Divorce, P.A.

The question for me and all of our team members was, what is a mindful divorce?  We used this question to develop our unique way of helping families through the difficult process of divorce.


We define a Mindful Divorce to be:


  1. Proactive – be aware and engaged to help you understand your options in divorce and help you to move quickly toward resolutions that are best for you and your family.


  1. Purposeful with Intentions – use our experience and knowledge of divorce law to help you create a custom goal sheet that we will refer to throughout the divorce process with you to stay on track.


  1. Non-Adversarial – use the collaborative divorce process to help you retain control over your divorce and its outcome. We stay out of court and help you reach a final marital settlement agreement.

Collaborative Divorce empowers you to work with professionals outside of court to resolve your divorce promptly with respect and privacy.

Our law firm provides clients with a fixed fee schedule to handle your collaborative divorce.  Our fee schedule is also posted on our website for you to review at any time:  https://mindfuldivorcepa.com/fixed-fees/


By: Mindful Divorce P.A. [i]


[i] Chadwick M. Layton is a collaborative divorce attorney at Mindful Divorce, P.A. in Palm Beach County, FL.  Mr. Layton is also a member of the Palm Beach Association of Collaborative Professionals, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Florida Bar Family Law Section, the Susan B. Greenberg Family Law American Inn of Court of the Palm Beaches and the Palm Beach Flagler Rotary Club.

Mindful Divorce P.A.

205 Worth Ave.

Suite 303

Palm Beach, FL 33480

Phone (561) 537-8227

Office E-Mail: Chad@mindfuldivorcepa.com

Office Website: https://www.mindfuldivorcepa.com




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