You never expected divorce – at least not until life began to test the vows you made on your wedding day.
But here you are, faced with an emotional upheaval that threatens to drain your body like the physical wound divorce can be.
Time sharing, custody, paternity, support, alimony, and asset distribution; circumstances unique to your family and matters so personal to you are about to be shared publicly.
Divorce can be messy, emotional, complicated and filled with irrationality.
The lawyer you choose must have the willingness to listen to your story, empathy and patience to endure your venting, and to help see through the emotions to help craft a solution in the best interest of the children and you.
Most of all, the family lawyer you choose must be a people person who you can communicate with, feel comfortable with, and have the zealousness, availability and composure to navigate you through what will, perhaps, be the most stressful period of your life.
When people think of divorce, the first thing that comes to mind is bitter encounters in court and overblown confrontations. However, there is another way to restructure your family that avoids needless fighting and stress.
Collaborative divorce is a method of negotiation that puts you in the driver’s seat and ensures that you create a structured, private and respectful resolution between you and your spouse.
While a litigated divorce only addresses the financial and legal separation of spouses, the collaborative system also addresses the emotional component allowing each spouse to find closure and move on to the next phase of his or her life.
The goal in collaborative practice is to focus on the needs of the parties and their children in a safe and confidential setting with the help of trusted neutral facilitators that can assist with issues involving the family dynamic and financial division of assets.
This type of divorce is not about warfare but about a transparent exchange of information with solutions customized for the highest priorities of the family and the most efficient preservation of financial status quo.
If you want to learn more about how you can take control of your divorce and achieve a better outcome for all the parties involved, please contact FL Legal Group for a consultation.
A family law attorney who you want by your side. Honest and hard-working, genuinely interested in the welfare of their clients and who is not intimidated easily.
The attorney you choose must be confident, knows when to be assertive, composed and experienced enough to recognize that family law results are not perfect.
In addition, they must possess a sound understanding of aspects that might become critical components of family litigation.
Family law can be exasperating. Emotions, anger and resentment run high. Yes, finding a divorce attorney is daunting. Don’t make your task any more difficult. Call us today at 1-800-984-9951 or Contact us Here