The Nebraska Academy of Collaborative Professionals is a non-profit association of independent, unaffiliated attorneys, mental health professionals and financial specialists in Nebraska who are dedicated to guiding divorcing and separating spouses through this difficult transition without court intervention.
In collaborative divorce, the separating spouses are able to avoid the arbitrary and uncertain outcomes of the adversarial court process and achieve a divorce settlement that meets the specific needs of both parties and their children. The spouses are able to control the timing, the process itself and the costs.
This site provides information about collaborative divorce, discusses whether it is right for you, explains the roles of the participating professionals, contains a copy of the N.A.C.P. brochure, answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ’s), provides related helpful resources and links and helps you to contact us for more information on collaborative divorce.
To establish collaborative practice groups whose independent, unaffiliated practitioners will work together to guide separating and divorcing clients toward restructuring the family unit and resolving their legal, financial and emotional issues in a cooperative manner.
To provide families in conflict with a peaceful, dignified and respectful alternative to the traditional adversarial divorce process, and to establish collaborative practice as the preferred method for resolving family law disputes in the State of Nebraska.