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Litigation (Going to Court)

While we generally recommend trying to resolve family matters outside of court, sometimes going to court is the best option.  This is particularly true where there is a history of family violence, where one party threatens to hide or dispose of property, one party...

Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law is a process designed to resolve family law issues such as property division and parenting responsibilities without going to court.  You work as a team with your former spouse, lawyer, and other professionals such as financial advisers, divorce...

Negotiation

With the complicated nature of family law issues such as separation, surrogacy, elder care or settlement agreements, it can often help to have a lawyer representing you and your legal interests. This is called “negotiation”, and it’s when your lawyer communicates with...