Question you should ask about Collaborative Divorce and the Collaborative Process
- Looking for an alternative to emotional costs of litigation in resolving your family law dispute?
- Do you want to have more input into the outcome or resolution of your divorce or family law issue?
- Are you worried about the stress and harm that will come to your children from a protracted fight over child custody and other family law matters?
How the Collaborative Divorce process works in Cook County, Illinois
Collaborative law may provide the alternative dispute resolution you seek. The collaborative law process is fairly new and is built on a foundation of having the parties work together to resolve conflict. With family and divorce law, the collaborative process allows the parties to work toward a mutual agreement that everyone can live with.
Need help navigating your Collaborative Divorce in the Chicagoland area?
Patrick Markey, P.C. specializes in family law and the collaborative divorce process for people who live or work in Cook County, DuPage County, and Lake County.
Patrick helps clients minimize the destruction of divorce whether it be through the collaborative law model or traditional litigation. He focuses on complex family law cases and represents sophisticated professionals and their spouses who are looking for a fair and equitable divorce. Read More
Choosing the right divorce process in the state of Illinois can make all the difference. The Collaborative divorce process strives to reach agreements that benefit the family.
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