Adversarial Divorce, Not the Only Option




Cindy K. Campbell

Cindy K. Campbell is an attorney who focuses on mediation, collaborative family law, adoption, guardianship, wills and trusts. She says, “Sometimes people ask me how I can do divorce, being that it is such a negative time in people’s lives. My response is that although the process and transition time is difficult, the hope is that the parties will then be able to move on to a more positive place.”

         Campbell explains that she is not there to judge either way, only to help couples achieve their end goal. “If the mediation process helps the clients to reconnect instead of push them further down the path they are on, I am all for it,” she says. “Conversely, if they continue down those paths and decide it is time for them to move onto the next chapter in their lives, then I am there to help them achieve that.” Her goal is to help the parties be amicable throughout the process and move through it with integrity.

Locations: 208 S. Jefferson, Ste. 204, in Chicago, 236 S. Washington St., Ste 202, in Naperville and 1900 E. Golf Rd., in Schaumburg. For more information, call 866-566-9494 or visit CKCampbell.com.

 

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