Resolving the issues necessary to obtain a divorce does not necessarily need to be an emotionally grueling, adversarial process. Increasingly, men and women are interested in pursuing a collaborative process that allows creative problem solving and keeps resolution of issues in divorcing couples’ hands.
Dedicated divorce lawyers at Arons & Solomon, P.A., have been breaking legal ground and pioneering innovative approaches to dispute resolution for decades. Our collaborative divorce practice, led by partner Mitchell S. Arons, is founded on proven principles for sharing information, overcoming emotional obstacles and establishing healthy post-divorce relationships.
We support the goals of parents who want to minimize strain on their children and work together respectfully toward a mutually acceptable divorce settlement. If you believe a collaborative divorce may be in your reach, our law firm can be a tremendous resource. We will:
Collaborative divorce is a more wholesale approach to family’s in transition. However, should the process break down, either party may opt out and take the matter into mediation or litigation if necessary.
If you would like to pursue a collaborative approach to your divorce or you want to better understand how the collaborative process works, contact us by telephone or e-mail. Our Morris County and Bergen County collaborative divorce attorneys will provide clear, practical guidance on your range of legal options.