What is a Divorce Coach?

At Stange Law Firm, PC we understand that divorce is never been an easy process. However, there are different options when it comes to the divorcing process and one of those options is collaborative divorce, which can be less emotionally draining than traditional divorce.

During a collaborative divorce, you will work with a multitude of people ranging from collaborative divorce attorneys and divorce coaches, as well as a financial expert and, if needed, a child specialist.

Most people, when going through a collaborative divorce, wonder about what a divorce coach is and if it is different than a divorce attorney. Short answer is yes, they are different. A collaborative divorce coach can be defined as a licensed mental health professional. This can include: social worker, psychologist, or marriage/family therapist. To become an actual collaborative divorce coach, one must go through intense specialized training.

Also, each spouse will have their own coach to help them during the collaborative divorce. This can help the clients control their emotions and communicate more effectively with one another. After the divorce is settled, a collaborative divorce coach may keep helping their client.

Contact a Collaborative Divorce Attorney

As important as it is to have a good divorce coach, it is also wise to have a collaborative divorce attorney on your side. At Stange Law Firm, PC, we represent clients in collaborative divorces. We have five trained collaborative divorce attorneys: Kirk Stange, Paola Stange, John Kershman, Jillian Wood and Kelly Davidzuk.

Our website has additional information that we provide for our visitors to assist with their divorce and family law matters. You can read articles about family law, view informational videos, listen to our podcast or download our mobile application.

If you are interested in starting the collaborative divorce process, contact us online or call any one of our convenient locations throughout the region. We have locations in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma in St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, Wichita, Tulsa and beyond in the Midwest.