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What Is Collaborative Law?

Kelly Caperton Fischer | January 4, 2024

Collaborative law is an alternative to courtroom litigation that can resolve family law disputes productively and amicably, without needing to bring a judge into the process.

What Is a Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative Divorce is an approach to divorce that resolves the couple’s differences outside of the courtroom in a non-adversarial way. During a Collaborative Divorce, both parties work toward a forward-looking resolution to their case, rather than looking back and assigning blame, which frequently happens in courtroom litigation. The outcome of a Collaborative Divorce is often a more productive resolution to the case and helps foster a healthier co-parenting relationship.

Get Help With Your Collaborative Divorce

The Collaborative Divorce process requires skilled legal guidance to help you work through your differences and keep divorce proceedings on track. At Goranson Bain Ausley, our Collaborative Divorce attorneys are trained in this process and have a wealth of experience supporting families through a divorce. Contact attorney Kelly Caperton Fischer or any of our other Texas Collaborative Divorce attorneys today and let us help you.

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Our attorneys are experienced in all aspects of family law and will guide you through each step of the process, ensuring you have the information you need to make wise decisions and prepare for the future.

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At Goranson Bain Ausley, we strive to deliver clarity about what comes next and confidence that you and your family’s future are more secure. Contact our team and discover how we can help you.

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