Reducing Stress and Discord Out of Court
Among the many fears that can grip individuals facing a divorce a Mechanicsburg are concerns that the divorce process will “get ugly,” create even more animosity than currently exists, and lead to a lengthy legal process that will be costly.
In collaborative law, both parties retain a collaborative attorney and work through a series of four-party meetings to resolve issues and reach resolution. Through open, honest conversations the parties seek to hammer out agreements that address the various issues inherent to the end of a relationship.
Parties can bring in different specialists, including accountants, counselors, mortgage brokers, realtors and child counselors in an environment and structure aimed to facilitate win-win agreements and compromise.
The attorneys of the Law Offices of Peter J. Russo, P.C., have handled hundreds of divorce cases, including numerous cases that were resolved through alternative dispute resolution methods and out of court.
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