While litigation may be necessary it's often possible to maintain a more civilized and respectful relationship through Collaborative Divorce. Given that you'll continue coparenting your children, you want to creatively resolve any conflicts that you have equitably.
We will work with you and your spouse to help you settle your dissolution in an amicable manner.
Not only does dissolving your marriage in a collaborative manner cut down on the amount of stress and headache that you and your spouse have to deal with, but it makes the process much easier for any children who are involved in the situation. The process can be a hard life event for children to go through, and it's only made worse when their parents are constantly fighting and in bad moods because of a contentious divorce. Our members will strive to take all the stress out of the process and help you and your spouse decide the terms of your settlement in as calmly as possible.
We take a compassionate approach to working with our clients, and we truly care about them and their children. We want to help you settle your terms in a respectful manner outside of the court system. Plus, by negotiating in a calm and respectful manner, you and your spouse just might be able to maintain an amicable and courteous relationship, which is certainly advantageous for any children involved.
Part of the way that we assist you in achieving a mutual settlement when you contact a divorce attorney at our office is through the usage of multi-disciplinary teams. Our office works together with mental health practitioners, family law attorneys and even neutral financial professionals along with other types of experts to help ensure that you and your spouse achieve a collaborative settlement. By involving neutral third-party sources, our law office makes sure that there on no biases on either party's side, so you never have to worry about special interests interfering in the fairness of your settlement.
Additionally, we strive to promote the collaborative process through the coordination of public education projects and the presentation of workshops throughout the area. To speak with a divorce attorney in Sacramento County who can help you and your spouse obtain mutual divorce agreements in a compassionate manner, contact us.
Learn more about the Sacramento Collaborative Practice Group.