Buffalo Collaborative Divorce Attorney
Collaboration & Cooperation Can Make All the Difference
Even if you and your spouse are having trouble agreeing on the terms of your divorce, you do not need to rush into courtroom litigation to get them solved. With collaborative divorce, you and your spouse find a means of reaching mutually beneficial resolutions without the need to head to the courtroom for a judge’s decision. Here at DePrima Law in Buffalo, we encourage our clients to consider alternative resolutions to traditional divorces, including collaborative divorce.
With more than 15 years of legal experience and special training in collaborative law, Attorney Gina Marie DePrima can help you find a peaceful and – more importantly – workable solution to all the conflicts between you and your spouse. As a member of the WNY Collaborative Law Group, Attorney DePrima is one of the most knowledgeable legal professionals in the region when it comes to how collaborative law works in New York. In other words, if you want a holistic approach to your divorce that minimizes conflict and maximizes everyone’s satisfaction, you want to work with our law firm.
Learn more about this method of working past disagreements and negotiating resolutions by calling DePrima Law at (716) 638-2633.
Understanding Collaborative Divorce
What can you expect during a collaborative divorce? When you work with our firm:
- We will meet with you and your spouse to discuss the goals, needs, and concerns that are most important to your family. This may include child support and custody, division of property, spousal support, visitation, and more.
- We will make an agreement to work out the issues you may disagree upon through negotiation or mediation. Some people threaten litigation to try to get their way in a divorce, but we will agree not to leave litigation out of the process unless it absolutely becomes necessary.
- We will work to reach mutually beneficial agreements regarding all the terms of your divorce. We will reach a settlement agreement that works for you and your family, and one that will be approved by the court.
Why Should You Choose Collaborative Divorce?
You might be wondering why you should be convinced to try a collaborative divorce when so many other people choose to use litigation to end their marriages. The truth is you could use divorce litigation if you want, but it is our staunch belief that you will not want to once you learn about the benefits that collaborative divorce brings.
The top advantages of using collaborative divorce are:
- Less stress: Divorcing is stressful. There are no two ways about it. But divorcing in a courtroom is certainly the most stressful way to divorce out of them all. With a collaborative divorce, you can eliminate stress by taking things out of the court, which is technically a public space. The idea of cooperation also lessens any tension you might have been feeling as you expected a legal battle.
- More freedom: The court decides what happens at the end of your divorce if you go through with litigation. For the most part, though, collaborative divorce lets you and your spouse find creative, outside-the-box, and personally tailored solutions to issues that work best for you both and your children. You will have more freedom by being less bound to the expectations of a New York family courtroom.
- Happier futures: All in all, people who end their marriages through a collaborative divorce tend to be happier with each other afterward. Being able to sit in the same room together without wanting to fight is a huge benefit to your own happiness, but it is also crucial if you still need to raise children together.
Experience the Differences Collaborative Divorce Makes
Buffalo Collaborative Divorce Attorney Gina DePrima is here to help you through your collaborative divorce with as little stress as possible. With her background as a co-parenting coach, she is capable of seeing arguments from all angles, narrowing in on the truth and reaching a solution that upholds everyone’s interests. Take her experience and make it your own by calling our law firm at (716) 638-2633 for help today. We look forward to hearing from you.
Initial consultations are available to inquiring clients.