Sometimes a marriage just doesn’t work out.
Maybe it’s emotional distance or changing priorities in life but there can come a moment when you realize that you don’t want to be married anymore.
At Ogborne Law, we recognize that even though you may have built a life together, there can come a time when the next stage of life involves growing apart.
But we also know that what you’ve built together – your family, your assets, and your lives – matter to you and you want to preserve them in the face of a divorce.
Why accept the traditional divorce with its ugly public fights, inflated legal bills, and emotional pain for your kids?
Working with our experienced collaborative divorce team allows you to do what’s best for your children and yourself that focuses on creating a win-win outcome.
Collaborative divorce is an investment in achieving your goals today and protecting yourself, and your family, for the future.
Ogborne Law Collaborative Divorce
At Ogborne Law, we have extensive experience working with families during the divorce process and helping them meet their individual needs.
We recognize that successful collaborative divorces happen when everyone involved is working toward a win-win agreement.
We also recognize that just because the goal is collaboration, the process can sometimes get difficult when emotions run high. That is why we are very deliberate in our approach to building the support system to help you.
When you partner with the team at Ogborne Law to pursue your collaborative divorce, you’re making a commitment to yourself and your family.
Your collaborative divorce team consists of the following professionals:
- Independent attorneys representing you and your spouse
- Professional counselors to help manage the emotional impact
- Financial advisers to provide smart and fair recommendations to divide assets
- Experienced mediators to help manage the process and create a mutually acceptable final agreement
Can Collaborative Divorce Work For You?
Despite similarities between families, we recognize that every divorce situation is unique with special circumstances and challenges that require careful understanding of all of the issues at play.
No matter your reason for wanting to pursue a divorce, a collaborative divorce can work for you and your family.
If you are willing to…
- Play fair during divorce negotiations
- Communicate openly, honestly, and share information necessary for mutual decision making
- Commit to creating a win-win-win outcome for you, your spouse, and your kids
- Hold off on any dramatic changes, especially those that impact the children, until final agreements have been made
- Act in your children’s best interest and focus on minimizing emotional damage as a result of the divorce
Then collaborative divorce might be the right solution for you and your family.
If you’re ready to start your consultation with Ogborne Law, visit our Collaborative Divorce Consultation request page.