Divorce Doesn’t Have To Be Painful
Rarely is doing battle in a courtroom beneficial to a family. Litigation can be a lengthy, expensive process that often results in judges handing down standard property division, custody and visitation orders that don’t fit the unique needs of a family. Paula Lock Smyth Law Offices, a Dallas, Texas, family law firm, provides clients an alternative.
What is the cost of litigated divorce vs. collaborative divorce?
Paula Lock Smyth is a trained collaborative law attorney and a charter member of the Collaborative Divorce Texas. Through collaborative law, she offers clients the opportunity to work through family law issues while retaining control of the end result.
Collaborative Divorce: A Different Approach To Divorce
Collaborative Divorce is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) built on the belief that by working with your spouse and drawing on interdisciplinary resources, couples can build more effective parenting plans that better serve the interests of the entire family.
When couples enter into the collaborative divorce process, they pledge that they will not resort to litigation, removing court involvement as an option in order to help them stay motivated to find their own solutions. Working together with their attorneys and experts from a variety of fields, such as tax experts and child development specialists, they construct plans for the future that protect their assets and set the family up for success.
If you are interested in learning more about collaborative law and how it might benefit your family, contact Paula Lock Smyth Law Offices for a free initial consultation with an experienced family law attorney trained in collaborative law.
Contact A Dallas Collaborative Family Law Attorney
To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Dallas collaborative divorce lawyer, contact Paula Lock Smyth Law Offices at 214-420-1800.