Collaborative Divorce Attorney
Reputable Winter Park Divorce Lawyers Ready to Handle Your Case
divorce can be fairly complicated, particularly in a
high net worth divorce, and must be addressed with the help of a true legal professional. With
over 20 years of combined experience, our lawyers are committed to helping
you bring your marriage to an end without the need for a trial, and we
will do everything possible to protect your interests throughout the process.
We provide the level of guidance to you that we would use for any person
close to us. We believe you deserve to have committed, dedicated service
from your attorney at all times. Request a
free consultation today.
How Does Collaborative Divorce Work?
Collaborative divorce is an amicable alternative to traditional divorce
in Florida. This method requires both parties to meet together and come
to an agreement regarding the various elements to divorce. The alternative
to this method is the long process of
contested divorce where all elements will be addressed in court. This process can be long
and expensive and it is crucial to have an attorney on your side.
If you and your spouse wish to pursue a quick and effective separation,
then you may greatly benefit from the method of collaborative divorce.
Our Winter Park
divorce attorneys will meet with you to discuss issues such as
child custody and the value of your
property. Once the process has begun, we will serve as consultants and advisors
for the terms of your divorce. It is important that you receive the terms
that work best for everyone, and we are here to help see that this happens.
Elements to Collaborative Divorce
Each party may also receive input from other professionals, such as accountants
or child care experts. The process involves an agreement in which each
party will apply themselves to the task and work through the difficulties
to achieve a compromise and agreement that both can be satisfied with.
The issue of property division will be addressed in a collaborative divorce.
Many factors are assessed when dividing property during a divorce. The
length of a marriage, economic status, and contributions are just a few
of the calculations that are used to determine "who gets what"
in a Florida divorce.
Issues resolved in collaborative divorce:
Trust in the services offered at
Richard A. Heller, P.A. to address this issue with the focus and professionalism necessary for
a fair split. Let our experienced divorce lawyers in Winter Park provide
the honest and determined representation you need.
Free Initial Consultation for Divorce Settlements
Florida happens to be among the top ten states for the highest divorce
rates in the country. Furthermore, Orlando falls into the top 30 metropolitan
areas of the United States with the highest divorce rates. Our legal team
is focused on divorce and family law, and collaborative divorce is one
of our areas of practice. With the rising use of collaborative divorce
over litigation, we believe that our firm provides the highest level of
service to each person we represent.
Don't let your divorce get out of control before it's too late -
contact us at Richard A. Heller, P.A. and speak with us about a collaborative divorce.
It can save you money, time and stress, and lead to an agreement that
both parties are more willing to adhere to - as both were involved in
creating it. Call now - (407) 501-4052.
Notice: Due to COVID-19, we may schedule telephone and Zoom consultations
and are available via Facetime, Skype, and Messenger. Please don’t
hesitate to call us if you have any questions!