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Utilizing Collaborative Law In Divorce

One avenue of alternative dispute resolution that has recently been adopted in Tennessee is collaborative law. This is a new way of reaching an end to a family law matter in a respectful, cooperative way.

Attorneys Helen Rogers and Siew-Ling Shea at Rogers, Shea & Spanos are on the cutting edge of the collaborative law movement. They have been trained in all of the collaborative law processes and can provide representation in this type of resolution method to our clients in Nashville, Tennessee, and the surrounding communities. Though we still litigate cases when necessary, a lawyer at our firm can assess your case and needs, and explain how collaborative law may be right for you.

Call 888-521-9952 to discuss how our experienced attorneys can utilize collaborate law in your divorce.

What Is Collaborative Law?

Collaborative law is a dispute resolution process through which an agreement is reached by courteous negotiation and mutual compromise between the parties. Throughout the collaborative process, the parties and their attorneys, and any other professionals involved in the case, agree to resolve all issues of their family law case together without any controversial and argumentative court proceedings. The decisions made and agreements created are designed to be workable and realistic for the entire family.

Collaborative law may be a great option for spouses who wish to keep their relationship cordial and friendly, especially for those who have children. When children see parents working together, even though they may be divorcing, it can minimize the stress and impact that the process has on the children. Throughout the case, the spouses can work together to see that the best interests of the children are kept at the forefront of the case.

Also, collaborative law may be a way to keep costs down and move the case forward more efficiently. With collaborative law, you control the pace of the case and do not have to deal with court-imposed resolutions.

Contact Us For More Information About Collaborative Law

We at Rogers, Shea & Spanos pride ourselves on our knowledge of the collaborative law process. Contact us today to arrange an appointment at our Nashville law office. Call us at 888-521-9952 toll free. You may also email us online.