All endings are also beginnings. We just don't know it at the time.
-- Mitch Albom, author
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We address conflict that occurs in every phase of life, working to preserve relationships even when the structure changes. Your goals and your family needs are unique so you need a solution that meets your distinct situation. During the Collaborative Law process, you have the opportunity to explore creative solutions and determine what the future looks like for you, your post-divorce family and for your children. You are not alone -- Attorneys Without Litigation provides the professional team that works for you, providing the legal, financial and supportive help you need, when you need it.
What are some examples of resolution?
Families often need a tailor-made plan for co-parenting that addresses individual priorities such as religious upbringing, unique decisions for a special needs child, financial planning for children's future activities, and a personalized visitation schedule.
In a situation where the spouses jointly own one or more family businesses, dissolution of the marriage brings complications that reach far outside the family unit. Bringing in a neutral professional to help value and redirect these business entities can preserve assets and opportunities for the future.
Divorce in later years brings its own challenges. The Collaborative Law process allows extended family relationships can be addressed and safeguarded.
What family law disputes benefit from the Collaborative Law process?
- Possession, Support & Modification
- Property Division
- Pre-Marital & Post-Marital Agreements