Serving the Central PA region, including: Harrisburg, York, Lancaster, Lebanon, Hershey, Carlisle, Northumberland, and beyond.

What Is Collaborative Law?

For couples willing to seek creative and amicable problem-solving, collaborative law offers a constructive alternative to conventional divorce.

Divorce court makes a third party responsible for decisions involved in restructuring your family. Collaborative law gives you a voice in these decisions through compromise. It involves a voluntary dispute resolution process where the parties reach an agreement without going to court.

The process provides resolutions for separating or divorcing couples and divorced or unmarried parents experiencing conflict over child custody, child support or property division.

Why Seek Collaborative Law Services?

You can benefit in many ways from using a collaborative law attorney, including:

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Moving on with your life more quickly by getting a faster resolution.

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Maintaining greater control over the outcome of your divorce.

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Encouraging civility through communication.

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Decreasing conflict.

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Protecting your privacy by holding meetings in private settings vs. a public courtroom.

Services We Offer in Central PA

Collaborative Professionals of Central Pennsylvania (CPCP) provides multi-faceted support to help families navigate the challenges of divorce. We assist you with finding solutions that address your unique situation.

We are a group of attorneys, mental health professionals and financial experts who practice in multiple counties throughout Central PA, including:

  • Dauphin
  • Cumberland 
  • York
  • Lancaster
  • Lebanon 
  • Juniata
  • Perry 
  • Fulton
  • Schuylkill
  • And more

Get Started With CPCP Today

Review our list of collaborative professionals and schedule a consultation with an attorney to learn more about the collaborative process and how it could work for you.

Remember, both parties must agree to pursue a collaborative law approach. Speak with the other person involved in your divorce about the collaborative process and share the information on this site with them. Encourage them to meet with another collaborative attorney to decide if the collaborative process could also work for them.