Pittsburgh Collaborative Property Division Lawyer

Complex property division, also known as high-asset division, can benefit greatly from a collaborative approach. The many complications involved in these cases are not always fully addressed in a traditional, contested divorce setting. In a collaborative environment, a financial planner or expert can be used to help you understand the long-term consequences of the choices you are making.

Property Distribution Collaborative Lawyer

I am attorney Lisa Standish, and I have more than 15 years of experience helping a variety of Pennsylvania individuals as they navigate the complexities associated with collaborative property division. Using a holistic approach and consulting other experts in this field, I will help you examine, value and divide the following:

  • Homes
  • Real estate property
  • Rental property
  • Cars
  • Debt
  • Professional practices
  • Businesses

Upon our first meeting, which is set according to your schedule, not the court's, we will discuss the basics of divorce law and the factors that are usually considered in a traditional divorce setting. However, you are not limited to these factors and can use experts, positive communication tools and out-of-the-box thinking to develop creative options and make decisions that lead to a positive transformation of your family and your future.

Collaborative property division does not mean that each spouse sits at the negotiation table happily and without any inner turmoil. This is still a very emotionally challenging time for both parties. I help my clients understand the difference between facts and emotions as we build a property division agreement that is as unique as their marriage was.

Contact The Law Offices Of Lisa Standish For A Free 30-Minute Collaborative Process Consultation

To schedule a free initial consultation with a Pittsburgh collaborative property division lawyer, please contact me online or call 412-944-2204 or toll free at 800-596-4691. I look forward to hearing from you.