Divorce does not always have to be a heated battle in court. When separating couples are able to collaborate with each other towards a mutually acceptable separation agreement, the divorce process can be made considerably easier. If you are in the early stages of divorce, an attorney from the Law Office of Dennis R. Vetrano, Jr., LLC, can help guide you and your spouse through the process of separation and negotiate on your behalf for an amicable dissolution of your marriage.
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There are numerous benefits that can come from a collaborative divorce. Cooperating with your spouse can greatly simplify the process and eliminate many of the complications that can come with a traditional, contested legal battle in court. Uncontested divorces are often solved much more quickly and can save spouses thousands of dollars in legal fees, as the need for court involvement is all but eliminated.
Pursuing a collaborative separation can be a wonderful gift to a couple’s children as well, as it can help keep tensions to a minimum keeping the door open to the possibility of a harmonious relationship in the future. With this being said, collaborative divorce is not always easy. This process requires a great deal of patience and understanding from both parties, as they must sort out all aspects of their separation before a judge will finalize their divorce.
In order to complete a collaborative divorce, separating spouses must agree upon:
At the Law Office of Dennis R. Vetrano, Jr., LLC, we understand that even the most cordial divorces still carry a certain level of emotional distress. Preserving your well-being is our top priority, and our lawyers are prepared to do everything within our power to provide the comfort and support you need during this difficult time. No matter what the specifics of your case may be, we are prepared to stand by your side throughout the entirety of your divorce, allowing you to rest easy knowing that your interests are protected.
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