Are you and your spouse interested in resolving your divorce in a peaceful, confidential and stress-free setting without involving the court system?
Do you want a faster and more cost-efficient alternative to the traditional divorce process?
Do you want to minimize unnecessary conflict that often affects your children and entire family?
If the answer to the above questions is yes, then a collaborative divorce may be right for you and your family.
The collaborative divorce process involves you and your attorney, your spouse and their attorney, a neutral mental health professional and a neutral financial professional. As part of this collaborative “team” you will be provided with the necessary information, support and available options to help assist you and your spouse make decisions that will lead to a complete settlement agreement that best suits you and your family. All of this is done in a confidential, safe environment, without attending any court proceeding or spending endless hours dealing with legal discovery and the formal court process. Divorcing couples that use the collaborative divorce process attend meetings in a comfortable, confidential, safe setting that allows you and your spouse and not the court system or judge to control of the outcome of your divorce.
Mary Nardi is a trained Collaborative Divorce Attorney and is excited to discuss the option of a collaborative divorce with you to see if it will meet your needs and the needs of your family. Call 407-478-0074 to schedule a one hour consultation with Mary to discuss collaborative divorce.
To find out more about the collaborative divorce process, the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida website located at www.cfl-cfl.com has additional information, resources, as well as contact information for attorneys, mental health professionals and financial professionals that are trained in the collaborative process.