Family Law Blog
On behalf of Law Offices of Barry I. Finkel, P.A. posted in collaborative law on Friday, June 2, 2017.
At the Law Offices of Barry I. Finkel, PA, when a client with a large marital estate comes to us, we immediately start to brainstorm ways we can help our client save money, time and stress the divorce proceedings. The larger the marital estate, the more complicated and time-consuming the asset division process can be, and the more opportunities there will be for spousal disagreements to spin out of control.
Our mission in these circumstances is to help our client explore various conflict resolution methods in order to maintain diplomatic relations with his or her soon-to-be ex. This allows the negotiations and decisions to be made swiftly and peacefully. We have found that one of the best ways to bring a complex asset division matter to a successful resolution is to utilize the collaborative law process.
Collaborative law is used in a lot of different legal scenarios. It's a practice that lawyers must be trained to carry out, and it's a very powerful tool. The specific format is geared toward getting to the heart of any matters of contention and finding common ground, with respect, tact and diplomacy.
To engage in the collaborative law process, however, both spouses will need to retain their own collaborative law-trained divorce attorneys to help shepherd, guide and represent them through the process. If you and your spouse are ready and willing to work with one another in this regard, with the common goal of saving a great deal of money, time and headaches in your complex asset division proceedings, then the collaborative law process just might be the perfect fit for you.
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