If phrases such as “no-court divorce” and “divorce with dignity” appeal to you and express guiding principles you believe are right for your case, a collaborative approach to divorce may be the best choice. With increasing frequency, couples divorcing in Florida are choosing this method of amicable dispute resolution and finding that it meets their needs.
Committed To Productive Conflict Resolution · We Can Help You Choose The Best Mode And Method For Your Divorce
Not all family law attorneys are familiar with the collaborative law process. Rebecca H. Fischer of our firm in Broward County is a member of the Collaborative Family Law Institute, Collaborative Family Law Professionals of South Florida, the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Rebecca has completed extensive training in this discipline. She is also a founding member of the Family Law Cooperative in Hollywood. Ms. Fischer can answer your questions and help you decide whether collaborative law or another approach to your divorce makes the most sense. Key considerations include:
- Collaborative divorce is a viable solution only for couples who are committed to resolving all issues through negotiation and willing to sign an agreement not to take those issues to court.
- Both parties will be represented by their own lawyers and, as necessary, neutral financial, mental health and other professionals will participate as part of the overall team seeking to forge solutions and an agreement.
- People choose collaborative law for important reasons such as the desire to protect children from unnecessary, damaging conflict and their recognition that maintaining respectful communication is in everyone’s best interests.
Make An Educated, Confident Decision In This Pivotal Time
At Fischer & Feldman, P.A., our lawyers know from decades of experience how important it is to make informed choices early in the divorce process. Decisions made in the heat of a moment can close off options and set the direction of the entire case. Whether you and your spouse have made a mutual decision to divorce or one of you is determined to proceed, we are here to help you make practical, informed choices — about collaborative law or another approach such as entering mediation or proceeding with litigation.
To discuss your most important objectives in divorce or any family law dispute in the Greater Fort Lauderdale or Miami areas, please call the lawyers of Fischer & Feldman, P.A., at 954-927-4097 or contact us online now.