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Collaborative Law: One Method to Resolve Disagreements without Going to Court

In the beginning of the divorce process, spouses often believe that they have reached an agreement with each other regarding the division of their property and terms regarding custody of their children, only to find out a short time after they are into the divorce proceedings that one spouse’s idea of an “agreement” is not the same as the other’s. This situation is common because divorcing couples typically experience a communication breakdown by the time they have filed for divorce. Often the parties have the same general ideas to as to property division and custody terms for the children, but the details of these arrangements may be where they disagree. The Collaborative Law process for divorce is an ideal way for these types of divorcing couples to resolve their disagreements. The parties focus on the issues to be resolved and find solutions that are mutually beneficially without going to court. The legal fees associated with resolving disagreements in this manner can often be less than going to court and the parties may even reach solutions in this process that a judge would not be allowed to consider. The collaborative law process could assist a divorcing couple in customizing a solution that is tailored to their specific needs and goals.

Attorney Christine K. Lincoln

Christine K. Lincoln offers sound counsel and legal services to protect clients and their families facing divorce and other family disputes.

She will take the time to understand your individual needs and develop a comprehensive solution to protect your rights and interests.

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