A collaborative law divorce is different than mediation in that the collaborative process, the dispute is resolved without litigation pending, such as a complaint for divorce. The way to think of a collaborative divorce is as a team effort. The parties and their counsel meet and discuss the case. When an expert is needed, […]
I think most couples are ideal for both mediation and collaborative law. The difference is when you’re in mediation a complaint’s been filed and you are in litigation. You have the deadlines of the court hanging over you. In the collaborative law process you can work within your own pace and therefore you don’t have […]
That’s a great question. The prenuptial agreement is a contract between two people who are contemplating marriage and is effective upon the date of the marriage or civil union. The agreement should include all property of the parties including their business, real estate investments, retirement accounts or pensions and debts. When I prepare a prenuptial […]
If a prenuptial agreement’s prepared in accord with requirements of the statute, it should not be set aside. It must be signed by the parties voluntarily and must be conscionable. The parties must each provide full and fair disclosure of the earnings, property and the respective financial obligations. If there is a waiver of financial […]
There are several ways to evaluate a proposed settlement. We will help you use logic and calculated financial data to make informed decisions about your financial future.
No one person is going to be able to take care of every aspect of your divorce. In addition to a family lawyer, what professionals should you consider including on your divorce team?
We explain what a mediator does compared to what a financial neutral does to help you with your financial complexities during divorce. Our role is to provide you with the financial information you need to be able to make informed decisions.
Yes you can! We can work with couples as a financial neutral. We work with you and your spouse to bring clarity to your family’s finances with a goal of reaching a mutually agreeable financial settlement.
The following are typical misconceptions about “winning your divorce” that family lawyers often hear from clients, and explanations to help clients understand and set realistic expectations for the process.
A misunderstanding over finances or access to children could create a very painful post-divorce situation, which the use of a certified legal translator could prevent.