A Constructive Way of Moving Forward
Divorce doesn’t have to destroy. More and more couples today feel that ending a marriage need not involve causing damage to each other or their children. They are choosing Collaborative divorce to reach a respectful settlement, without going to court or perpetuating the animosity that often characterizes divorce.
The Family Law group of Feldesman Tucker believes that Collaborative divorce offers spouses and their children a constructive way of moving forward following separation and divorce. Our lawyers are highly trained in the Collaborative model and have developed strong working relationships with the attorneys and other professionals who also offer the Collaborative process to their clients. The combination of commitment and skill enables us to help families move forward in a positive way.
Who can benefit from Collaborative divorce?
Collaborative divorce can offer a clear advantage to clients who have future-oriented goals or who place a high value on relationships. They include:
- Spouses who place their children’s best interests first.
- Spouses who want to preserve extended-family ties.
- Spouses who want to maintain or even improve co-parenting with the other spouse.
- Clients who want to look back on their divorce and feel they conducted themselves with integrity, fairness and respect.
The resources to meet individual needs.
Clients who choose the Collaborative approach can select from five Collaborative-trained attorneys in Feldesman Tucker’s Washington, DC Family Law group. We offer a depth of experience and a range of hourly rates to meet each client’s unique needs. All Collaborative attorneys at Feldesman Tucker have made honing their skills a priority. We’ve obtained advanced training in Collaborative Practice and continually seek new tools and educational opportunities to increase our excellence. In addition, we are helping to raise the standard of Collaborative Practice through our leadership and educational work within the Collaborative community.
Collaborating on your vision.
Divorce is a transition, not a destination. The Family Law group of Feldesman Tucker is dedicated to helping clients see beyond divorce and putting into place a plan to achieve that vision. For many clients, Collaborative divorce is the most constructive and cost-effective way of reaching the future they have in mind.
For more information about Collaborative Law or representation for a divorce, custody or other family law matter in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia, please contact Mary Pence at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah Zimmerman at email@example.com. You may also call 202-466-8960 to schedule an appointment.