What is Divorce?

Divorce is frequently one of the most significant, difficult, and painful events you will ever experience in your life. The divorce process can be a lonely, all-consuming journey without a guidebook to help navigate unfamiliar issues. The stress and fear is only compounded by the need to make important, life-changing decisions with far reaching implications.

That's where we come in. We help you every step of the way!

Our services address all the issues surrounding divorce: children, finances, property, and all the remaining issues associated with change, while providing emotional support along the way. With our focus on the issues and emotional support, you have the best opportunity to avoid a drawn-out, costly, and contentious divorce. Simultaneously, we enable you to remain fully in control of the terms of your agreement.

If you know that you don't want to fight and you know you can't do this yourself, we invite you to work with us!

Can you get a divorce without a lawyer?

There exists a common misconception that you need to hire a lawyer for divorce. There is no law that requires you to involve attorneys at any point during your divorce negotiations. Most individuals hire divorce lawyers because they are unaware that a better alternative exists, or they believe they will not fare as well without an attorney.

Because the issues surrounding divorce can be emotional and complex, it is important to work with someone who is well-versed in the areas that need to be resolved. However, that person is not necessarily a lawyer.

What is an alternative to using an attorney for your divorce?

Mediation is by far the best use of your time, resources, and emotional energy. Litigation is not only expensive (financially and emotionally) but it’s time consuming. Mediation provides an opportunity to explore solutions that save both money and time. Mediation also provides an environment that can be less combative, thereby reducing the emotional stress associated with divorce.

Many people forget that court involvement allows the court to be in the “driver’s seat” of your divorce. No one can accurately predict a verdict. If you’d like to stay in charge of your life and your family’s emotional and financial well-being, mediation is a far better choice in having outcomes that are more aligned with your goals.