Your Skilled Stamford, Connecticut
Collaborative Divorce Attorneys
Greenberg & Prince, LLC
Alternative dispute resolution tactics such as collaborative divorce can offer clients a win-win alternative to costly, angry and time-consuming family law litigation. As a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and the Fairfield County Collaborative Law Group, Greenberg & Prince strive to help you obtain a successful result based on your unique situation.
What is collaborative law
and collaborative divorce?
Collaborative law is a process where each party is represented by an attorney and they, together, agree in advance to make all attempts to resolve family law differences without litigation. Collaborative divorce is interdisciplinary because, from the start, the parties work with family specialists and mental health professionals to settle issues.
Collaborative divorce attorneys represent the parties by working together, rather than adversely, which can be beneficial in structuring agreements around tax benefits. If the parties cannot reach an agreement in collaboration, a divorce trial is always an option; albeit with new attorneys.
How does this help you, our client?
You may not want the publicity of a divorce trial. You may feel an imbalance of power and fear you may end up with nothing. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) provides a different method to settle your issues and encompasses mediation, collaborative divorce, collaborative law, and arbitration. Collaborative divorce, unlike mediation, gives you the protection of a lawyer who represents your needs and best interests, while keeping your divorce more private. Our attorneys can protect and strategize to help you obtain a positive resolution to issues.
Collaborative family law calls for parties and their attorneys to work together to meet the interests of both clients. The creativity of all four minds working together often produces greater options. We can advise you on the specifics of this process and help you see how this positive alternative to litigation may be your answer to protection in a private divorce.
Is collaborative divorce for you?
Trained collaborative lawyer Wendy Prince will design a strategy that considers your personal needs and goals. We thoroughly explain your legal options and the likely consequences of them, so you can make an informed decision about your best course of action.
We are knowledgeable and experienced in advising whether a trial or alternative dispute resolution such as collaboration or mediation would be the best course of action for our clients.
Contact a Connecticut collaborative divorce attorney to talk about whether collaboration may bring about positive results for you. We offer a free 1/2/ hour case consultation.
Aggressive. Compassionate. Committed.
Greenberg & Prince, LLC