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Love Is A Battlefield? Try Collaborative Divorce

By Mary Stearns-Montgomery | Nov 29, 2010 | Divorce
 

Divorce is usually the culmination of years of tension, resentment, failed second-chances, disappointment, heart-break, distrust and anger. These emotions are draining, and a damaged marriage can result in years of constant stress.

Often, a person experiences a lifetime of anxiety and grief before they even decide to go through with a divorce… and then litigation beings.

Collaborative divorce is a process that allows families to stay out of court and settle their disputes privately and respectfully.  Unlike mediation, the collaborative divorce process allows clients access to their attorneys during the process, so that everyone in the room has as fair access to professional council and legal information. In a collaborative divorce, all parties agree to stay balanced, positive, and productive.

Staying out of court also keeps children shielded from the divorce process.  In a collaborative divorce, it isn’t necessary for children to testify against their parents. The collaborative divorce process is often much more peaceful than a traditional divorce.

Contact Our Caring and Experienced Atlanta Family Law Attorneys Today

For some, beginning the collaborative divorce process comes as a relief, and marks the end of a difficult marriage. Schedule a consultation to discuss your situation with an experienced family law attorney. You don’t need to go through the divorce process alone. The Atlanta family law attorneys at Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor will help you discuss your case, understand the Georgia divorce process, your options and rights, and help guide you through this process. With three offices in Atlanta, Alpharetta, and Marietta, we proudly serve our clients throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area. 

Schedule a consultation today by calling us at 770-280-1488 or completing a contact form.

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