Associate members consist of mental health professionals and financial professionals who work with attorneys and clients in Cooperative cases.  Financial professionals can provide valuable insight regarding tax issues, income, pension valuations, and many other issues that attorneys and their clients may not have the expertise to fully evaluate.  Having such a professional on hand to answer these types of questions can assist both parties in reaching a financial settlement.  Likewise, mental health professionals can be crucial in assisting families struggling with co-parenting issues and the stresses surrounding the end of a marriage. From establishing healthy boundaries, to advising on the best response when children ask difficult questions, and many other issues affecting the family during divorce, these professionals can help address issues that might otherwise derail the Cooperative process.

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