Collaborative Law has four focuses:
1. Client Centered
4. No Court
Both spouses and their attorneys commit in contract that they will not take the dispute to court. This allows everyone to focus on problem solving and resolution rather than litigation and also allows parties to meet their deadlines which are often much faster (sometimes slower) than the Court may mandate. Moreover, this process allows to concentrate on the parties goals rather than those imposed by the Courts.
For more information on Collaborative Divorce, click this link. If you have further questions about divorce and the collaborative process and wish to discuss with an attorney in Northern Kentucky, contact Michael Bouldin at 859-581-6453 (581-MIKE) or email [email protected].