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Collaborative Divorce Professionals of the Inland Empire (CDPIE)

Address: 2593 Chino Hills Pkwy., Ste i
Chino Hills, 5 91709
Represented Counties:  Orange
Comments: Collaborative divorce utilizes a proven strategy to enhance smooth negotiations and avoid what might otherwise be a highly contentious, expensive, and painful divorce. Collaborative Divorce Professionals of the Inland Empire (CDPIE) is an organization of professionals who are specially trained to represent and assist clients who choose the collaborative method. Using a team approach, each spouse hires an attorney and a licensed mental health professional who functions as a coach to help prevent overwhelming emotions and hostilities from sabotaging the process. To complete the team, both parties together select a neutral financial advisor, and, if needed, a child specialist. Browse the CDPIE Web site for more information about the collaborative process, and contact any of the professionals listed on the directory -- they are ready to assist you and answer your questions. Begin your divorce with the goal that you, and not a judge, know what`s best for you and your children.

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