Collaborative law enables partners who have decided to separate or end their marriage to work with collaboratively trained lawyers, coaches and financial professionals in order to avoid the uncertain outcome of court and to achieve settlements that meets the specific needs of both parties without the threat of litigation.
This collaborative process can be used to facilitate a range of other family issues, such as parental disputes and contracts. Collaborative law can be used to write pre- and post-marital contracts that are produced mutually with all parties. Like mediation, collaborative law processes are timely and cost-effective option for partners.
At Petroni Law, we pride ourselves on our ability to meet individual case needs and work collectively with our clients to meet their expectations.