Jones Family Law Group Attorney Sarah J. Wittrock has joined the executive board of Collaborative Family Law Association (CFLA). The nonprofit organization is an organization of independent, unaffiliated, attorneys, mental health, and financial professionals, committed to resolving family disputes through a non-adversarial process known as collaborative practice. The Board of Directors oversees and supervises the activities of CFLA.
Wittrock has been a member of CFLA since 2018 and is a firm believer in the collaborative process as an alternative option for families going through divorce or separation that is different than traditional options.
“I strongly believe in the collaborative process as a unique and thoughtful alternative to traditional family court litigation and I am thrilled to be joining the CFLA board!”
Collaborative divorce involves a team of professionals working together with each family in a safe and protected environment. Everyone involved in the collaborative divorce process agrees to be part of a respectful and confidential process that leads to an out-of-court resolution.
To learn more about CLFA, visit Collaborative Family Law Association.