SERVICES AVAILABLE

SERVICES AVAILABLE

The Collaborative Foundation is a not for profit organization created by professionals dedicated to the Collaborative Process, an alternative dispute resolution approach. Collaborative law uses a team of experts to help a family though the divorce process. It is client centered, client driven, and respectful.

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HOW TO APPLY

HOW TO APPLY

The Foundation provides free collaborative divorce services to qualified families through a program called The Collaborative Project. Depending upon your family's income, you may qualify. New financial standards were enacted effective April 2, 2019. Please see the Services Page for details.

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VOLUNTEER

VOLUNTEER

The Foundation relies upon volunteers – attorneys, divorce coaches, child specialists, and financial neutrals – to deliver services to the its clients. Practitioners must be trained in the Collaborative Process. The training must meet the minimum basic training as defined by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

The Collaborative Foundation provides Wisconsin residents with free or low cost collaborative divorce services in selected counties of Wisconsin.
EFFECTIVE APRIL 2, 2018 THE FINANCIAL THRESHOLDS FOR QUALIFYING FOR COLLABORATIVE SERVICES HAVE BEEN IMPROVED. PLEASE SEE DETAILS ON THE SERVICES PAGE

MONTHLY WEBINAR

Learn about divorce options in Wisconsin. Log into a Second Saturday Wisconsin Live Webinar. Every 2nd Saturday of the Month. Sessions are free, with minimal registration requirements. Visit www.2ndSaturdayWisconsin.com

ANNUAL FUNDRASIER

The Foundation holds an annual golf outing fundraiser. This year the Outing is July 19, 2018 at Ironwood Golf Course in Sussex, WI. Learn more about how you can sponsor, play, or donate to this great event!

ONLINE RESOURCES

The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin maintains a website with detailed information about the Collaborative Process and the professionals supporting it. Visit Collabdivorce.com and "Take the Tour."