When you and your spouse agree to an open discussion regarding the terms of your divorce, this is known as a collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce involves the parties, their attorneys, and any necessary experts to help the parties get past any hurdles that they may encounter along the way. Attorneys are not “litigating” in the traditional sense and if collaborative divorce does not work out, usually the attorneys representing the parties during the collaborative divorce process do not represent them if the matter becomes contested and/or litigated.
The end goal is a mutually agreed upon settlement that both parties are usually happy with. A collaborative divorce is the simplest and smoothest way to proceed with ending a marriage. Both parties will reach agreements about their divorce and their future dealings/obligations as and between each other. An attorney helps you, but you are in the driver’s seat.
How can Razai & Nefulda help?
It’s always preferable when you are able to work together during the divorce process, making smart decisions for your family. Our divorce attorneys take a professional and understanding approach to a collaborative divorce.
At Razai & Nefulda you can expect that we will:
- Listen to what you and your spouse feel is important
- Minimize conflict by encouraging open communication
- Provide the pros and cons of all possible steps and solutions
- Empower you to be in control of your divorce process
- Keep the focus on what’s best for the children’s best interest
- Provide resources to help bring financial and emotional stability post-divorce
The key to success in a collaborative divorce is open, clear, and honest communication. Spouses must be willing to listen to each other and make decisions that are in the interests of everyone involved – not just their own. It’s from these decisions that you will take the first steps into a new phase of your life.
We can help.
We have experience handling collaborative divorces and we’re experts at helping clients achieve their goals. We’re dedicated, not just to getting to the end as quickly as possible, but to providing resources, paying attention, and being the best advocate possible.
Ready To Talk With An Attorney?
Contact our office to speak with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to learn more about the options available and if an annulment is the best option for you. Initial consultations are completely free and will leave you better informed and prepared for whatever you decide to do.