Central Florida Family Law Attorneys.
If you and your spouse are considering ending your marriage, you have numerous issues to consider. You will need to come to an agreement regarding alimony, child custody and support, property division, and other sensitive issues that can easily cause even the most amicable divorce to turn ugly. You do not have to go to court and fight your spouse on every issue. By considering a Collaborative Divorce, you may be able to handle this matter respectfully, cost-effectively, and with the least amount of emotional trauma to you and your family.
An attorney at Young DeLoach PLLC can help you explore your options and understand your rights if you are considering a Collaborative Divorce in Central Florida. With our extensive experience in the field of family law, our team has the knowledge and resources to guide and support you through this process. Our family law attorneys are dedicated to providing personal attention to each of our clients, while actively advocating their rights and interests.
What is a Collaborative Divorce?
A Collaborative Divorce is a relatively new idea in the realm of divorce and family law. Each spouse has a legal representative to protect their interests in the process, which is undergone without going to court. A set of voluntary ground rules are agreed upon by both parties to:
• Negotiate a mutually agreed upon and acceptable agreement without going to court.
• Engage in open communication and sharing throughout the process.
• Create shared solutions that take each party’s individual priorities into consideration.
If either spouse decides to abandon the Collaborative Divorce and go to court, he or she must retain new legal counsel.
To schedule an appointment and discuss how we can help you, contact Young DeLoach PLLC today or call 407-422-4000 Orlando 386-308-8810 Daytona Beach.
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