Collaborative Divorce

Reaching Calm Resolution in Suffolk County

Collaborative divorce has grown in popularity throughout Suffolk County as a timelier and less costly alternative to traditional divorce for spouses who have an amicable relationship. The collaborative divorce process is such that a couple can have complete control and customization over all aspects of their divorce, thereby avoiding decisions by the Court that they would not approve of.

However, for a collaborative divorce to work the couple must be able to come to an agreement with the help of their respective divorce attorneys. There are key steps that must be accomplished throughout this process, and a skilled lawyer can ensure that you achieve a favorable outcome.

Filing for Divorce

To start the collaborative divorce process, you and your spouse and both attorneys will sign an agreement that everyone will work together to achieve an agreement regarding the key issues of the divorce.

These key issues likely will involve:

An attorney at the Law Office of Lynn Poster-Zimmerman, PC is highly experienced with this process and will provide you with the counsel you need to draft a favorable agreement.

A collaborative divorce is a great option for couples who are looking to dissolve their marital bonds and avoid the Court's intervention on issues such as parenting, custody, and support. It is important to know that once parties sign an agreement to start the collaborative divorce process, each party must agree to start from the beginning and retain a new attorney if an agreement cannot be reached. This fosters an atmosphere of cooperation throughout the collaborative divorce process, and the firm's attorney will work closely with you to achieve a successful resolution to any disputes.

A skilled attorney can provide knowledgeable and caring legal representation for individuals who are seeking a collaborative divorce from their spouse. Call for a free consultation: (631) 731-1042!

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