From the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas
Divorce does not have to be destructive.
While it is not what anyone hopes for, some couples will find that a divorce is necessary. But is the emotional and financial strain necessary, too? Can couples in Texas find a “better” divorce?
You and your spouse can choose a more family-friendly, financially friendly and less destructive method of divorcing. In Texas, this option is called Collaborative Law. Learn how Collaborative Law can help you have a smarter Texas divorce.
Find out more: https://collaborativedivorcetexas.com/
The Texas Association of Mediators is a professional organization whose goals are to promote and encourage the use of mediation, promote cooperation and communication among organizations and individuals that affect Alternative Dispute Resolution, promote the ethical practice of mediation, and to sponsor and promote professional development for mediators. Find out more athttp://www.txmediator.org/index.php
Locally we have a number of Mediation Centers. Check out:
While these resources originate outside of Texas they provide tools useful to parents in our state as they examine the various options available in crafting parenting plans:
Association Of Family And Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Pamphlets
A Guide for Joint Custody and Shared Parenting
Making your Parenting Plan Work
Understanding Your Child’s Needs: Information for Never-Married Parents
FAQs Parents Ask about Separation, Divorce and Child Custody