Florida Collaborative Divorce Lawyer During Coronavirus

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Navigating a divorce process is never straightforward, convenient, or easy. However, navigating a divorce during a pandemic can be downright maddening. Thankfully, if you and your spouse are in a position to agree on most (if not all) of the terms of your divorce settlement, you will be able to avoid many of the in-person meetings and hearings that you might otherwise have to manage during this time. A collaborative divorce process allows spouses to work with their attorneys to negotiate and/or mediate equitable settlement terms instead of having to “do battle” in court and leaving their fates in the hands of a judge. Depending on your situation, you could potentially work out many terms on your own with your spouse, allow a member of the team at The McKinney Law Group to negotiate with your spouse’s lawyer on your behalf and/or mediate your disagreements via in-person or teleconference. There are many ways to achieve an equitable collaborative divorce settlement during the pandemic. You don’t have to wait. You can schedule a consultation with a Florida collaborative divorce lawyer during coronavirus today.

Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce

When it comes to divorce, time is indeed money. The longer your divorce process drags out and the more contentious it is, the more you’ll need to spend in legal fees, court fees, and a host of other costs. This is one of the primary reasons why it’s a good idea to work with a Florida collaborative divorce lawyer during coronavirus instead of taking a contested approach or waiting until the pandemic has resolved to finalize your divorce. By keeping control over the process (instead of leaving your settlement terms up to a judge), your divorce will likely be much quicker and cheaper than a contested, drawn-out process would be. Of course, your spouse will also need to be open to a collaborative process for this approach to work. But if you and your spouse agree on the fundamental terms of your property settlement (and child custody order, if applicable), you can benefit from savings of both money and time.

Additionally, working with a Florida collaborative divorce lawyer during coronavirus will allow you and your spouse the most control over the process that you can have. Every family is different and has different needs. Your divorce settlement doesn’t need to look any specific way. If you and your spouse agree that certain terms work for you, our team will help to make that arrangement a reality.

Legal Assistance Is Available

Don’t wait – contact a Florida collaborative divorce lawyer during coronavirus today. Our firm can help you efficiently and effectively resolve your divorce so that you can begin the process of writing the next chapter of your life. We look forward to learning about your needs and how we can help to meet them.