Collaborative Divorce Lawyer – Atlanta, Georgia
Sometimes the knowledge that a marriage simply isn’t going to work out is a mutual realization. While this knowledge is not altogether comfortable, you and your spouse want to transcend ill feelings. You want to make wise choices as you move through this time of domestic transition and do not wish to let antagonism or reactive behavior be the defining characteristics of the end of your marriage. But how do you go about legally ending your marriage?
If the above scenario at describes your situation, perhaps collaborative divorce is the best option for you. At the law firm of Deborah M. Lubin, P.C. in Atlanta, Georgia, we help divorcing parties maintain control over the matters that are most personal to them. A benefit to collaborative divorce is that it keeps the power to decide in your hands and out of the courts. For help determining if this option is right for you, contact certified collaborative attorney Deborah M. Lubin, P.C. today.
Is a Collaborative Approach to Divorce Right for Me?
Collaborative divorce is appropriate for two parties who have discussed the possibility of divorce and know that it is likely to happen. It is important that you are your spouse have open lines of communication as well as a desire to resolve issues without resorting to threats or pettiness. Divorcing parties pursuing the collaborative process are willing to maintain transparency in the interest of achieving amicable resolution at an affordable price.
Making a Commitment to Resolve Your Disputes Amicably
In the initial collaborative meeting, there are generally four persons present – the divorcing parties and their lawyers. In this meeting, everyone enters into a contract, agreeing to commit to settle matters without threatening suit. After this, the parties determine what additional team members would be helpful to resolve issues. We help our clients find parenting specialists, financial specialists and divorce coaches who all provide valuable insight to help bring resolution.
When you come to Deborah M. Lubin, P.C., you get the help you need to make a fresh start for yourself and your family. You will receive personalized, attentive and responsive service that addresses your concerns and answers your questions. If you would like more information about the collaborative approach to divorce, call our Atlanta law office at 404.816.7776 or contact us online. We are here to help you move forward.