If you are considering initiating a family law action, Collaborative Law may be the process for you. The Collaborative Law Process is a non-adversarial approach to handling your divorce, paternity or post-judgment matter.
There are a number of benefits that you will experience by handling your matter collaboratively. Most importantly, you are not dependent on a judge’s calendar. As many of you know, courts are closed due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Some judges are handling quick hearings via Zoom or telephonically, but do not expect to have your half or full day trial or an evidentiary hearing heard before a judge any time soon. Judges are rescheduling their evidentiary hearings and trials for several months down the line. Had you handled your case via the Collaborative method, your case would not experience the lengthy delays resulting from the court’s closure.
Other benefits to the Collaborative Process include:
Those are just some of the many benefits to using the Collaborative Process to resolve your family case versus traditional litigation. If you would like to learn more information on the Collaborative Process, or family law in general, please contact our office.