Divorcing Families

 

Preserving What’s Important

Divorcing Families Can Preserve the Peace 

Courtroom battles and long delays only make life worse for divorcing families. Our perspective on family law is to place the needs of the family (and children) first.  That means that even in the situation of separation and divorce when tensions could tear at the family fabric, we seek alternative resolutions through collaborative divorce or mediation.

Why Collaborative Divorce? 

Collaborative Divorce is meant to resolve divorce in a peaceful and respectful manner, rather than place the family in a high-stress courtroom situation.  Our professional, team-based approach will save you time and money, and allow the restructuring and healing of your family to begin faster and easier.

What types of Divorcing Families Benefit?

Collaborative divorce can be a better alternative for a variety of people and situations;

  • Families with or without children
  • Families with special needs children
  • Couples who want to preserve assets
  • Couples who want to keep divorce private
  • Couples who need help moving forward
  • LGBTQ Community

Estate Planning for Divorcing Families 

When families are separating or in the process of divorce things can get complicated very quickly.  Wills, estate plans, and guardianship designations are too often the last things on a divorcing couple’s minds. 

We will work with you to review your current plan to ensure that it fits your family’s new situation and needs. We never know what life will bring, but it is so important to be prepared. 

Estate planning is as important in the divorcing process as anything else. 

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