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Atlanta Collaborative Divorce Lawyer

Expert Collaborative Divorce Attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta Collaborative Divorce LawyerCollaborative divorce is a positive and friendly approach to resolving disputes without using the Court to assist or intervene in a case. The parties use a team of professionals to help them reach an amicable out-of-court resolution. The goal of a collaborative case is to focus on the needs of the family while focusing on a win-win mentality as opposed to the win-lose nature that traditional litigation often entails. The professionals such as Atlanta collaborative divorce lawyers all understand that a well thought-out settlement of the issues in the case is what the goal is for the parties (and their children if there are kids) and timing milestones are usually set at each meeting to ensure that the case moves along in a timely and appropriate manner.

Each party will have an attorney representing their interests and facilitating the legal aspects of their case, in addition to a therapist or counseling professional to help each party. The professionals involved can also include a neutral financial expert and a cooperative parenting specialist to assist the parties with the custodial and parenting time aspects of the case.

While it may sound expensive to have all these professionals involved, studies show that often times a collaborative case is ultimately far less financially draining on a family and the parties than a more traditional litigated case.

Collaborative Divorce Allows You To Design An Outcome That’s Best For Your Family

The collaborative process is not for everyone, but if works for the parties it is certainly a preferable route to go or at the very least consider. Mr. Sarif has been trained in collaborative law and he can discuss if such a case and the collaborative process is right for you.

Collaborative divorce offers a pathway for crafting outcomes tailored to your family’s unique needs. With a remarkable 90% settlement rate, clients express high satisfaction with this process. What sets collaborative divorce apart is its emphasis on empowering parties with flexibility and control.

Our Atlanta collaborative divorce lawyer empowers clients to steer the direction and pace of their divorce proceedings, prioritizing their key concerns. Unlike traditional court-based divorces where rulings are made by a judge unfamiliar with the family dynamics, collaborative divorce enables parties to design agreements that truly reflect their family’s circumstances and aspirations. Here, relevance is determined by the individuals involved rather than rigid legal parameters.

Throughout the process, clients receive both legal guidance and emotional support, enabling them to navigate their divorce journey at their own rhythm, rather than being subject to court timelines. Moreover, confidentiality is upheld, preserving the privacy of negotiations and financial disclosures.

By fostering dialogue and cooperation, collaborative divorce fosters amicable relationships post-divorce, facilitating smoother transitions into new phases of life. This approach is particularly beneficial in cases involving children, fostering better co-parenting arrangements. Additionally, agreements reached collaboratively are more likely to be honored, reducing the potential for future conflicts.

Contact Our Atlanta Collaborative Divorce Attorney Today

Even if a case has been filed and therefore not truly eligible to be considered a collaborative case in the strict sense of its definition, we can certainly apply collaborative principles to your situation to try and resolve it. In other words, even if a case has already been filed by your spouse, hope is not lost and we can still try to steer the case into a case which utilizes collaborative ideas such as mediation, settlement conferences, and the use of specialists, therapists, or counselors. We are here to help, contact us today.