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  • You're in the process of preparing for your divorce. This is an important, emotional, and challenging transition for you and your family. Our VvCP members will be happy to advise you about your options for extra support to make this transition in the best way possible, while still maintaining family ties, financial resources, and quality of life. There are multiple ways to separate. The kind of separation you choose determines the nature and pace of your separation. In order to be able to give you advice, we kindly ask you to answer the questions in our questionnaire. Please do not think too much about the answers, just choose the first answer that comes to mind. On a scale of 1 to 10, please select the answer that best suits your current situation.

Collaboration divorce
Surround yourself with a team of professionals, especially when you and your partner have decided to get a divorce. The result will be clear agreements for both sides.
The Collaborative practice
Are you involved a business conflict or dispute about inheritances and estates? Find a solution with the supervision of a multidisciplinary team and without the intervention of a court.

Handling your divorce properly

Divorce without lengthy court proceedings. The collaborative divorce is a good solution for partners who want to divorce in a respectful way and are willing to go through the process with the guidance of top experts. It’s an equal process, where both partners are assisted by their own attorney.


You will work together with a team of lawyers, a coach/psychologist, a financial expert and possibly a children’s coach to make the divorce as painless and quick as possible, and make agreements with each other that are future-proof.

Resolving disputes with the collaborative practice

Conflict resolution with the Collaborative practice method is done under the guidance of a team of experts. Without the intervention of the courts, you will enter into discussion with a team of professionals and look for a solution that is legally and financially feasible and offers both parties prospects for the future. The collaborative practice mainly deals with disputes about inheritances and estates (estate collaboration).

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