The setting in which Family Lawyers work is often not a courtroom, but a complicated landscape of client's needs and emotions. True divorce resolution requires addressing three distinct, facets of the divorce process - the legal divorce, the emotional divorce and the financial divorce.

 

Disputes can be resolved in a manner that may be characterized by long term stability or in the alternative, by short term compromise.  Genuine dispute resolution is where the resolution process has a reconciliation mechanism.  Moving forward too quickly without sufficient understanding of each party's true need and goals and the common goals for the children risks the integrity of the final agreement.  For example, in the collaborative process, to ensure a settlement agreement has durability to last and keep both sides satisfied in the long term, many collaborative professionals use a roadmap that helps to illustrate for clients the stages of the collaborative divorce process.  This roadmap helps to slow down the tendency to prematurely rush ahead toward solutions.  These principles can be applied to any process involving negotiation.

 

 

 

When you are choosing a lawyer, there are some important things to consider.

  • Does your lawyer know what is most important to you in reaching an agreement with your spouse?

  • Do you feel comfortable with your lawyer?

  • Do you think that he or she listens to you and understands you?

  • Has you lawyer explained the different ways and the different processes that are available?

  • Has your lawyer explained the different options of:

    • you and your spouse negotiating between yourselves

    • mediation

    • collaborative divorce

    • cooperative negotiations - lawyer negotiations including a court resolution

  • Do you understand the potential costs of these options?

  • Has the lawyeer explained the basics of family law to you as it relates to your particular facts?

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The process you choose right at the start will have a great impact on what kind of divorce experience you will have. The choice is yours - confrontation or cooperation. A critical question to ask yourself in addition to your desired outcome is what is the best way, emotionally and financially, to achieve what you want.  The journey itself can have a huge impact on the outcome - good and bad.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dealing with divorce can be one of the most overwhelming experiences in a person's life. Divorce is a serious conflict between two parties that very easily can turn into destructive discord with avoidable consequences for you, your spouse and the children.

 

Dealing with divorce can be one of the most overwhelming experiences in a person's life. Divorce is a serious conflict between two parties that very easily can turn into destructive discord with avoidable consequences for you, your spouse and the children. Couples are faced with the practical challenges like separating one household into two, adapting to new schedules and responsibilities, and finding ways to meet unanticipated expenses.

 

 

 

 

The process you choose right at the start will have a great impact on what kind of divorce experience you will have. The choice is yours - confrontation or cooperation. A critical question to ask yourself in addition to your desired outcome is what is the best way, emotionally and financially, to achieve what you want.  The journey itself can have a huge impact on the outcome - good and bad.   has become very popular, with good reason, because settlements are better than trials and moreover as long as matters are being negotiated or mediated, parties still have control over their destiny. 

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