Seeking resolution through cooperation and respectful communication.
For couples who value a hands-on, solutions-oriented approach to resolving their personal legal issues, collaborative law can be a wonderful route. This form of alternative dispute resolution focuses on achieving a mutually agreeable outcome to divorce or related family law matters while avoiding any court involvement.
During a collaborative divorce, both parties agree not to litigate at any point in the process. Instead, they each assemble a team of experts, including their own attorneys, financial advisors, mediators, therapists, and any other relevant professional, to help them work toward an amicable resolution. If either spouse does decide to go to court, they must hire different lawyers (and find other experts) to represent them in the case.
Firm founder Georgia Fraser is trained in the practice of collaborative law and has valuable experience guiding families through this constructive (and often, less costly) form of dispute resolution. If you choose a collaborative approach, we will help you make the process work, providing the support, protection, and knowledge you need to find lasting solutions.
Interested in pursuing a collaborative form or resolution for your legal matter? Call us today to schedule a consultation.
We Assist clients with:
- Co-parenting arrangements
- Parenting plan development
- Equitable distribution
- Child and spousal support