Most people think that when they are getting divorced or if they have a paternity matter, that they must fight in court. That is not the case. The Collaborative Process is private and confidential, so very little is filed in the public record of the courts. If you know someone who would benefit from this process, please invite them to view this video.?
Questions To Ask Your Divorce Attorney
Knowing the questions to ask your divorce attorney can save you time and money in the long run.
What Is The Collaborative Process?
You may have heard of the Collaborative Process and you may not know what it is. So let me explain to you what the process involves. Each side must have their own attorney, although there isn’t a legal requirement. The vast majority of attorneys are specially trained in the process and in fact, in Florida there’s a pretty good chance that I trained them.
What To Know Before Getting Divorced
If you’re thinking about a divorce, the best advice I can give you is to consult with an experienced family attorney and do research before meeting with that attorney to see if their philosophy aligns with your philosophy.
Get a basic overview of the Collaborative Process from the two-part series below.