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Should You Consider A Collaborative Divorce?

If you are looking to finalize a divorce without court litigation, yet having trouble coming to a compromise regarding property and asset division, child custody, child support, and spousal support, then conducting a collaborative divorce is an option. At Gossman Law Firm, LLC, we are able to provide our clients with collaborative divorce and family law services. We have an exceptional track record of success helping our clients resolve family law matters without going to court.

Benefits of Collaborative Divorce

Court litigation is a long-drawn out process that’s associated with anger and hurt feelings. In the end, it typically leads to one party being victorious, while the other party suffers a loss which immensely affects the next chapter of their life.

In a collaborative divorce, couples work together to end the marriage in a dignified and respectful way. Both spouses and their lawyers sit down together and work out all of the details of the divorce.

The following are the advantages of having a collaborative divorce:

  • More control over the outcome of your divorce
  • Agree to a final decision instead of having a judge determine it for you
  • Less expensive than court litigation
  • Process generally takes less time than court litigation
  • Far less stress and anxiety involved

Let Gossman Law Firm, LLC Help You Today!

Once you discover that you are able to work together with your ex-spouse, it will make life easier for both parties, especially if children are involved. From beginning to end, our Birmingham divorce lawyer can help develop a solution which can be beneficial and effective for both parties and their children. Our legal team will do whatever it takes to exceed your expectations.

Contact us and schedule your complimentary consultation today. Call 205-422-0704.

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