Collaborative Divorce: What Is It?
Going through a divorce is never easy. That being said, when both sides can cooperate, it makes the process less difficult. MeehanLaw, LLC, has worked with clients throughout Connecticut who are separating. We can help you decide if collaborating may be the best way to go, based on your specific situation.
Working Together To Find Solutions
While many people assume a divorce has to be messy and angry and involve a courtroom, that is not always the case. When a couple is willing to compromise and allow their lawyers to discuss their options, it is tremendously beneficial. It not only speeds the process up, but it is often more cost-effective. Our goal is to reach a solution that works for everyone involved. That doesn’t mean that we will ignore your best interests or fail to work for the terms you want. It just means we all want to see you both move forward.
If all parts of your separation can be solved this way, you will never have to step inside a courtroom. From parenting agreements to spousal support and property division, we can come up with the terms of your divorce on our own. The resulting agreement will be legally binding and must be followed, just like any other legal document. As a family-owned firm, we understand the importance of working together. We will do whatever we can to get the job done. From consulting experts to asking difficult questions, we will always be in your corner.
Call Now To Talk With Our Team
One of our attorneys, Michael Meehan, just tried his first virtual divorce. No matter where your case takes you, we are prepared to work with you every step of the way. To schedule a consultation, call our office in Westport at 203-989-2949 or fill out our contact form today.