Cooperative Divorce

DivorceAmicable Divorce is a difficult time for every member of the family, often filled with unwanted changes and decisions. In some instances, however, people can decide to divorce in a friendly and amicable manner. In those instances, the parties may choose a collaborative or a cooperative divorce to ease the progression through the divorce process.

With assistance from a skilled and trained cooperative divorce attorney, the divorce proceedings can proceed in a cooperative, respectful, and efficient manner.  Unlike collaborative divorce, which requires that the only time you go to court is for a stipulated divorce, cooperative divorce leaves open the door for judicial intervention, if necessary.  If you would like to proceed with a cooperative divorce anywhere in Wisconsin, a qualified divorce attorney from Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C. is here for you.

What to Expect from a Cooperative Divorce

Cooperative divorce is a unique process where the divorcing parties are generally in consensus and agree to cooperate relative to the exchange of information and documents. In most cases, parties to a cooperative divorce can agree on joint experts, rather than facing the costs necessitated by each party retaining their own expert witnesses. This limits cost and fosters a positive, cooperative method to divorce.

At our law firm, cooperative divorce cases are handled by Attorney Linda S. Vanden Heuvel, a highly-qualified divorce lawyer who possesses extensive training and numerous years of experience. She is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell for her exceptional legal counsel abilities and unsurpassed ethical standards.

For a detailed, confidential consultation, please contact one of our convenient office locations in Germantown, West Bend, Appleton, Milwaukee, Sister Bay, or Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Call us at 262-250-1976 or toll-free at 1-800-805-1976, or send an email to to guarantee a client focused and results oriented approach to a favorable divorce settlement, which can ultimately benefit every member of the family.