My spouse’s family is worried about losing the family fortune to myself and the kids in the divorce. How can I convince them that Collaborative Law is fair for everyone?
Many couples go through the process of litigation because of pressure from peers and family members who only know of the traditional means of divorce. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We take the time to be sensitive to cultural, religious or family dynamics. We explain to parties who believe they are at risk of losing property, financial investments or respect that Collaborative Law takes into account all aspects of a relationship change, now and in the future. To get there, we require that the couple be open-minded, fair and friendly, and focus on the partnership between themselves and their lawyers. If there are children involved, we ensure their needs always come before in-law and extended family concerns.
- My spouse’s family is worried about losing the family fortune to myself and the kids in the divorce. How can I convince them that Collaborative Law is fair for everyone?
- What if my spouse chooses a divorce lawyer who isn a member of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois?
- Are people allowed by law to just move out with the kids ???