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The following are links to organizations that help to educate the public about the collaborative divorce process, as well as books that provide additional and more detailed information:
Our firm receives no financial incentive to promote listed resource materials.
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP)
The Collaborative Way to Divorce
Divorce the Collaborative Way. Is It the Way for You?
If the Collaborative process doesn't work for you, there are helpful resources available about litigation:
What to Expect in Texas Family Law Court
During a divorce that involves in children, the courts may require both parties to attend parenting classes. The following are available parenting classes which satisfy that requirement:
Child & Family Guidance Center