Guidance From Qualified Collaborative Law Attorneys
Even if you do not currently agree with your spouse on all the issues in your divorce proceedings, you do not have to have an acrimonious legal battle to resolve them. For some families, collaborative divorce is a way to separate spouses’ personal and legal lives without causing further damage to the relationships in the family.
The three partners at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC are qualified and trained in collaborative law. The collaborative law lawyers at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC can help you resolve your child support and custody, property division and other issues through this or other alternative dispute resolution options.
Resolution Without Litigation
Collaborative Divorce is a respectful and flexible process to resolve family disputes without going to court. With a collaborative divorce, both parties enter into a written pledge to reach an agreement out of court and commit in writing to maintain a respectful process, to solve problems jointly, and to work to preserve the integrity of the family. The parties maintain control over the solution instead of having a judge make decisions for them. Collaborative attorneys represent their clients, but in an informal and non-adversarial manner. Information is exchanged cooperatively with the assistance of attorneys and, if necessary, other appropriate collaborative professionals. Collaborative divorce allows the parties to participate directly in creating fair solutions.
You may be a good candidate for collaborative law if you can:
- Disclose all relevant information
- Negotiate in good faith and work to resolve issues without threatening court intervention
- Cooperate with the other party so that you can achieve a settlement that is in both your best interests
A successful collaborative divorce will enable you and your spouse to cooperate and focus on parenting and other post-divorce issues because you have not further damaged your relationships through a conflict-ridden court process.
Collaborative Law Attorneys
If you think a collaborative divorce is right for you, the lawyers at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC can provide experienced guidance. If collaborative law is not the right fit, mediation or another method of alternative dispute resolution may meet your needs. The attorneys at our firm have the skills and knowledge to evaluate the circumstances of each case individually to determine the best approach to take in a divorce or other family law matter.
We provide collaborative divorce representation to clients living throughout New Jersey including Mercer County, Somerset County, Hunterdon County, Middlesex County and Burlington County.
Contact us to learn more. To schedule an initial consultation, call us at 609-730-3850 or send us a secure message online.