Navigating to an Amicable Separation: Part 1

Often clients ask me how to avoid a long drawn out costly legal battle during a divorce. I routinely explain that each and every divorce case is unique and not all cases follow the same path. Some separated couples have such contentious issues that court action is unavoidable. However, for many others a civil out of court resolution to family law issues is an attainable goal. I believe that most of my successful out of court resolutions with clients have followed a similar path. The path has four parts: (1) Identify legal issues and client’s goals, (2) Understand how the law applies to your case, (3) Gather necessary information and documents from the other side, (4) Proceed to Resolution. In Part one of this blog, I will discuss the first part of this process.
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