A Collaborative Approach To Family Law Issues
Collaborative family law puts the decision-making power directly into the hands of each spouse. This process can be more satisfying and productive for individuals who want to play a bigger role in determining the outcome of their divorce as they plan for the future.
Collaborative family law is done privately, on your own schedule and terms. You ultimately have the final say, not a judge. This process gives each spouse the opportunity to be a part of a learning process that ultimately puts him or her in a better place emotionally, financially and interpersonally.
Representation Every Step Of The Way
I am attorney Law Offices of Lisa Standish, and I have more than 15 years of experience helping Pennsylvania families in Pittsburgh, Wexford and throughout Allegheny County navigate the many layers of family law that may be addressed in a collaborative manner, including:
- Property division
- Child custody
- Child support
- Spousal support
Traditional divorce, while useful for many, can be very shortsighted. It can be difficult to think about your life 20 years from now, but it is an essential element in forming a strong, stable yet malleable divorce decree.
Make no mistake: my collaborative clients may come to the table willing to work together, but that does not mean that they are emotionally and financially secure in their decision to get a divorce. This is a challenging process for anyone involved. The key element that divides my collaborative clients from my contested clients is the simple awareness that they can be in complete control together, despite the fact that their marriage is no longer what it once was.
Contact The Law Offices Of Law Offices of Lisa Standish For A Free 30-Minute Collaborative Process Consultation
To schedule a free initial consultation with a Pittsburgh collaborative family law lawyer, please contact me online or call 412-944-2204 or toll free at 800-596-4691. I look forward to hearing from you.