If you are contemplating filing for divorce, you have likely tried to do everything in your power to make things work. You have read books on relationships, attended counseling sessions, and gone on retreats. At some point, however, the reality becomes too big to ignore: The marriage just is not working.
Once you have decided to end your marriage, you will likely begin researching your options. As you do this research, you may come across information regarding “collaborative law” and wonder if this would be a good option for you.
In a collaborative divorce, the divorcing couple agrees not to go to court. They decide to resolve their dispute respectfully by focusing on their goals and by coming up with a solution that works for both parties.
Who benefits from collaborative divorce?
Many people may benefit from collaborative divorce in Georgia. It is designed for people who want a civilized, respectful resolution of their issues. The couple must be willing to focus on solutions rather than on accusations or revenge. Specifically, the process is good for:
- People who want to maintain a productive working relationship with their ex-spouses.
- People who will be co-parenting and who place their children’s interests at the top of the priority list.
- People who want to protect their children from the negativity associated with a bitter divorce dispute.
- People who want to make their own decisions over child-rearing and financial arrangements, instead of having a judge make those decisions.
- People who want to keep their family issues private.
If you are considering a collaborative divorce, contact our Georgia family lawyers
If you are contemplating a collaborative divorce, contact us. We have years of experience working with families to preserve relationships. Contact us at 770.425.6060 or fill out an online contact form.