Collaborative Law offers divorcing couples an alternative to litigation which is based upon mutual problem solving. The parties and their attorneys, along with other professionals involved (e.g., custody experts, forensic accountants, etc.) agree in writing to work together toward an agreement without litigating in court. Collaborative Law provides divorcing couples with a viable, meaningful, less contentious alternative to litigation which is all too often expensive, time consuming, emotionally draining and devastating to families. Gary Borger and Bruce Matez attended advanced training in December 2010 and are founding members (along with a small group of other South Jersey divorce attorneys, family therapists, and forensic accountants) of the South Jersey Collaborative Law Group (the first of its kind in the area). Deena Betze Esq. has also acquired training and is a member of the South Jersey Collaborative Law Group and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. BorgerMatez offers Collaborative Divorce in addition to mediation as alternatives to traditional divorce litigation for its clients.
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