What Conflict Style Do I Want To Teach My Children?

A presenter at a recent conference I attended asked us, “What Conflict Style Do You Want To Teach Your Children?”[1]

That is a powerful question.

Do I want to teach my children to escalate conflict, or do I want to teach them to de-escalate conflict?

There is no question that divorce is a challenging and emotionally charged process.

However, there is a proven solution that helps us to de-escalate the conflict, and to keep your family intact.

We provide families with a team of collaboratively trained divorce professionals that work to help you reach a fair resolution outside of court.

We help you reach informed agreements, with shared decision-making, to de-escalate conflict.  We use our experience and our training and our knowledge of the law to provide you with constructive solutions that benefit you and your family.

The collaborative process encourages empathy, understanding, and compromise, which leads to more favorable outcomes for the entire family.

Additionally, collaborative divorce considers and promotes the well-being of children involved, instead of fighting and court hearings, we focus on cooperation and co-parenting.

Finally, this approach is much more cost-effective and time-efficient than traditional litigation, as it avoids lengthy court battles.

We provide you with a path toward a more peaceful and positive post-divorce future.

If you, or a friend of yours, has questions about uncontested divorce in Palm Beach County, we are here to help.

[1] Randy Heller, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Accredited Collaborative Law Professional

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