DIVORCE & FAMILY LAW
RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE
The decision to divorce can be difficult.
Divorce is a life-changing event. The decision to divorce can be met with fear and uncertainty. Issues, including but not limited to, child custody, spousal support, child support, the marital home, and division of assets and liabilities may need to be decided. It can be scary not knowing what the results will be.
If divorce is inevitable, BEFORE filing a divorce complaint, consider finding out more about the non-litigious, divorce options of DIVORCE MEDIATION and COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE. These are two out-of-court alternative ways for you and your spouse to identify, discuss and resolve your issues together, outside of Court, in a private and confidential setting. You and your spouse, with good faith and full disclosure, can discuss options for resolutions and craft your own agreement, allowing you both to figure out what is best for your family so you both can move forward with your lives.
In Divorce Mediation, the Mediator facilitates the discussion, which includes helping you and your spouse identify and discuss the issues. In Collaborative Divorce, you and your spouse would each retain your own Collaborative Attorney, and in a series of private meetings with the attorneys and possibly other neutral professionals, you and your spouse would together determine how to best resolve your divorce issues.
At the Law & Mediation Office of Karen P. Sampson, out-of-court divorce options are available for you and your spouse. Divorce Mediation, Collaborative Divorce and Out-of-Court Settlement Negotiation can help you and your spouse resolve your divorce, separation, and post-divorce issues together outside of court, in a private, non-threatening setting.
Do you have an Estate Plan?
Don't leave your loved ones with difficult and expensive legal hurdles. Consider finding out about Power of Attorney, Living Will, and Last Will & Testament documents. These documents will allow you to provide instructions to handle your affairs and take care of your loved ones.
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