No one plans to get divorced, but sometimes it’s inevitable. The emotional and financial strain, however can be avoided. End your relationship, not your family, with a collaborative team approach that leaves your legacy intact.
Courts often talk about the best interest of the child, but isn’t it more appropriate to talk about the best interest of the family? Just because you’ve decided to divorce your spouse, doesn’t mean you can divorce your children. For the rest of your lives, you will be thrown together for birthdays, holidays, and graduations. Isn’t it worth your time to negotiate a settlement that everyone can live with, rather than let a court dictate your next move.
A couple who can agree on the basic terms of their divorce can save themselves a significant amount of money and time, and reduce stress and uncertainty, by avoiding a prolonged fight, double attorneys’ fees, and multiple trips to the courthouse.
Unable to agree? Consider Collaborative Law, a more family-friendly, financially responsible, and less destructive method of divorce. Instead of letting a judge decide who gets what; you, your spouse, and a small team of experts work together to develop a settlement that works for everyone. Collaborative Law is a healthy way to resolve your disputes, ensuring that everyone stays on the best possible terms. Isn’t it worth your time to negotiate a settlement that everyone can live with, rather than let a court dictate your next move?