Utah Collaborative Divorce
Anne Cameron Mediation
Uncoupling in a Safe Setting
Please be advised that we are currently taking extra precautions to ensure the health and safety
of those in our office, our clients, and communities. After June 1, 2020, we will resume in person appointments by request, with the necessary safety precautions, including wearing masks at all times in the office. Cameron Law/Mediation/Collaborative Divorce has and will continue to offer, and may elect, alternate ways to conduct business such as telephone calls and video conferences. Our staff is available by phone, text, and e-mail, Monday through Friday, during regular business hours. Please do not hesitate to contact our offices for assistance or additional information.
Utah Collaborative Divorce Background and Mission
Utah Collaborative Divorce was established with the goal of improving the quality of life for everyone participating in family law litigation and dispute resolution. After practicing law and high conflict litigation since 2001, specifically family law since 2007, Anne decided to change the focus and efforts of her practice in 2018 - a law firm dedicated to reducing the stress and financial burden of divorce and family conflict by steering away from the courtroom into the conference room to resolve divorce and custody issues.
Litigation and courtroom practice are still necessary sometimes, but a majority of families don’t need to go to court for a divorce or to move forward in a new family formation.
The mission of Utah Collaborative Divorce is to provide an alternative to the emotionally and financially draining process of litigated divorce by using the Collaborative Process and conflict reduction skills to navigate divorce and child custody.
What is Collaborative Divorce?
Collaborative Divorce is a process to resolve your divorce or family law issue with trained professionals who help families to reduce conflict while going through divorce or custody arrangements and agreements using a transparent process that removes the option of going to Court and having a Judge decide how your family will move forward. Collaborative Divorce in Utah is governed by the Utah Uniform Collaborative Law Act and practiced by Collaborative Professionals. Many attorneys in Summit and Salt Lake County are trained as Collaborative Professionals and can help families move through difficult transitions with reduced conflict and hostility, and put the needs of the family and children first.