Are You Interested In A Collaborative Divorce?
Increasingly, family law judges throughout the Twin Cities metro area expect parties in divorce to work diligently to resolve issues outside of trial. That includes the attorneys representing both sides.
By agreeing to methods of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, couples not only avoid the emotional drama that can have a lasting impact on children, but as well as future relationships they may enter into.
While not all disputes over marital property division, spousal support (alimony), child custody and child support can be resolved through negotiations, most generally can. This is particularly true if the lawyers involved are skilled, experienced and honestly want to work toward resolving matters as efficiently as possible.
A Lawyer Who Understands There’s More At Stake Than Getting The Furniture
At Dittrich Law Firm, P.A., attorney Greg Dittrich understands what is really at stake in your divorce. While you may come into the office frustrated, Greg will explain the process and help you find options that will protect your rights and financial interests, without the emotional turmoil of trial.
Serving Woodbury, Stillwater and communities throughout the Twin Cities metro.
If A Collaborative Divorce Is Possible, Attorney Greg Dittrich Will Get You There
Aggressively seeking collaborative strategies to lead clients through Minnesota divorce is a significant part of our practice, and has been for more than 20 years. Call our offices in St. Paul at 651-315-8002 or contact us by email to arrange an opportunity to discuss your divorce with attorney Greg Dittrich as soon as possible.