Pasadena Attorney for Collaborative Divorces
Understanding the Collaborative Divorce Process
In California, divorcing parties who are looking for a cleaner option than battling a divorce in court often are able to look towards collaborative divorce as their option. Under Collaborative Law, both parties are thus able to retain a lawyer to help protect their interests. Unlike mediation, under Collaborative Law, there is not one neutral party, but rather gives each party highly-effective and comprehensive legal representation.
During this process, neither side is able to threaten to go to court. Instead, both parties must work together to come to an amicable agreement on issues such as alimony,
child support and
custody. If the case evolves to a point where a party is threatening to take the other to court, then both lawyers are released and are banned from helping the party again through a similar process. Those who are looking for a civilized divorce and would like to keep a friendly relationship with the other party often turn towards this option. Collaborative divorce is also an excellent option to help protect and shield children from a bitter court battle.
Why Hire a Pasadena Divorce Lawyer?
You need the best divorce lawyer in Pasadena to help you reach the results that you want. At the Law Offices of Makupson & Howard, we are a cohesive team of lawyers who are looking to protect your best interests. Regardless of your situation, you can be confident knowing that if you work with a Pasadena attorney from our firm that we will stop at nothing in our efforts to protect your rights. We are fully devoted to protecting our clients and will leave no stone unturned as we work to defend your future. We understand how difficult divorce is and we are therefore completely willing to do everything we can to protect both your rights and the rights of your entire family in every way that we can.
To schedule your initial case consultation, contact a Pasadena Collaborative Divorce Lawyer from our firm by calling (888) 328-2734.