If you and your spouse want to avoid a courtroom setting, but still want to be represented by your own attorney, you can obtain a divorce through the collaborative process. This is a divorce option in which each party hires a family law attorney who is specially trained in the collaborative process to advise and assist them when negotiating a settlement agreement.
The informal discussions and conference gatherings of Collaborative Practice are designed to make settlement issues more convenient for divorcing spouses. You’ll meet at times and locations that work for you, your spouse, and your attorneys. Collaborative Practice is designed to maximize settlement options for the benefit of both parties and their children and to minimize or eliminate the negative economic, social, and emotional consequences of litigation.
Family Law Center attorney-mediators are well qualified, experienced, and compassionate. They strive to help you resolve conflict in a meaningful and satisfying way while helping you obtain your divorce using the collaborative law process. They are highly trained and will make sure you understand important information, which in turn will assist you in finding family-centric solutions and making meaningful and informed decisions about your future.
Family Law Center’s Carol F. Delzer is a co-founder of the Sacramento Collaborative Practice Group (SCPG). For more information, please visit the SCPG web site: www.divorceoption.com.
If the Collaborative Practice fits your personality and needs, contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our attorney-mediators today (916) 488-5088.
Family Law Center represents clients throughout California including: Sacramento, Antelope, Auburn, Cameron Park, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Davis, El Dorado Hills, Elk Grove, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Granite Bay, Placerville, Rancho Cordova, Rocklin, Roseville, West Sacramento, Woodland and the counties of Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer, Yolo, and more.