David Kowalski is a member of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin.

Collaborative law is designed to ensure a divorce process free of court disputes. The negotiation of terms of a divorce can often become emotionally taxing for all parties involved, including children. A collaborative divorce begins with both spouses signing a binding agreement not to litigate disputes in court. A specially-trained divorce lawyer is necessary throughout the collaborative divorce process. 

Learn more about collaborative divorce in Wisconsin here.

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