Taking Action Without a Plan is a Mistake in Divorce
The divorce process will have a major impact on you, your family, your assets and your financial future.
Taking the time to consider what is most important to you and your family before filing a contested divorce action can save you years of litigation and many thousands of dollars.
Also, you can retain control of the process, without putting your family and your finances in the hands of a circuit judge that you have never met.
The Collaborative Divorce Process is a professional alternative that provides far greater long-term solutions than the traditional approach of “going to war” in court against your significant other.
Collaborative divorce attorneys are specially trained to identify all of the legal and factual issues in your marriage and to provide fair legal solutions without battling in court.
- Where do we start?
- Where do we end?
- How much does it cost?
- How long will it take?
- How do I schedule a collaborative divorce consultation?
I hope that this information is helpful for you, your friends, or your clients. If you or someone that you know has questions about divorce, we are here to help.
Chad Layton, Esq.