Collaborative Law

Collaborative law is a tool that can help couples resolve the problems of property division, custody, child support and other issues through the use of an amicable and cooperative approach. Court litigation is expensive, messy and can have a negative impact on individuals and children going through the process. In collaborative cases, the parties agree to resolve their disputes outside of court, which helps to reduce legal fees.

At the law firm of Bivek Brubaker & Prescott, LLC, our Atlanta collaborative law attorneys can help individuals through this process, enabling them to save time, money and frustration, while making sure that their goals are met. This process enables clients to work with lawyers, financial planners, estate planners, mediators, divorce coaches, child psychologists and therapists in order to create a settlement agreement that serves the best interests of all the parties without spending a large sum on legal fees. Although this process might not be the right fit for everyone, it can be a great alternative to litigation.

To find out whether collaborative divorce is an option for you, contact our Georgia family law lawyers online or call us at 866-527-2630 to schedule a 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.

Using Collaborative Law to Settle Family Legal Matters

Collaborative law is a process that helps individuals in a divorce or another type of family law dispute resolve their issues, including:

Our Marietta divorce attorneys can represent you throughout the collaborative process and advise you of your rights and choices. We are committed to providing forward-thinking solutions that help bring harmony to disharmony and lead our clients into the next phase of their lives empowered and confident.

Call for a Consultation With a Marietta Family Law Attorney

Divorce does not always have to involve drawn-out, expensive litigation. Contact our Atlanta collaborative law lawyers online, or call us toll free at 866-527-2630 to schedule a 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.