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Collaborative Law

Chicago Collaborative Law Attorneys

At Boyle Feinberg Sharma (BFS), our divorce lawyers have extensive experience in collaborative law and all types of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Finding alternatives to litigation is beneficial to all family members impacted by a divorce. Moving forward with a process that is less confrontational has benefits, both now and long into the future.

Call us at 312-376-8860 to learn more about collaborative law
and how we can help you resolve your dispute.

Your Options Under The Collaborative Law Process

Divorce can take an emotional and financial toll on a couple and their children. Disputes that cannot be resolved through negotiation go to trial. Oftentimes, our divorce attorneys witness sons and daughters of divorce are placed in the middle of disputes between their parents. Legal fees and court costs to pursue litigation only take away more of the marital assets needed for a post-divorce life in two separate households.

The attorneys at Boyle Feinberg Sharma (BFS), know firsthand that collaborative law has multiple advantages over litigation. It is a type of ADR that allows spouses and their attorneys to find resolution to various divorce-related issues without a trial. Collaborative law is cost-effective and efficient. Spouses willing to work together have equal input on a level playing field where they enjoy control in making decisions instead of a judge issuing verdicts.

All proceedings are closed, private and kept off of public court records. If resolutions cannot be found and negotiations break down, either spouse can pursue finalization of a divorce in court. However, new legal representation must be found.

Explore All Of Your Options With Chicago Collaborative Law Attorneys

It is possible to save time and money while securing peace of mind and looking out for the best interests of your children. Contact Boyle Feinberg Sharma (BFS) to schedule an initial consultation with one of our family law attorneys regarding the collaborative law process. You can reach us by phone at 312-376-8860, or via email.