Collaborative Divorce Lawyers
Take Control of your separation with comprehensive collaborative divorce solutions
You don't need to live in an urban area to receive big-city representation. If a Virk Law lawyer is not currently practicing in your municipality, then we'll bring your legal solutions directly to you.
Is Collaborative Divorce the best option for you and your family?
A collaborative divorce is a team approach to resolving family law disputes through the process of a structured meeting involving both parties and their lawyers. Because both parties commit to freely disclosing information, formal measures – such as court orders – are usually not required. With Virk Law, collaborative divorce environments are often free from threatening letters, accusatory statements, unreasonable or unrealistic positions, and malicious accusations. In collaborative resolutions, a cooperative agreement is signed in which the parties agree they will not go to court unless the collaborative process breaks down, and both parties obtain new lawyers.
Is Collaborative Divorce the right choice for you? To make this difficult time easier for you, we have compiled a comprehensive questionnaire to help you make the right decision for you and your family.
Virk Law Divorce Consultation Itinerary (75-90 Minutes)
Step 1: What is Collaborative Divorce?
The first step is gathering information about you and your partner – when were you married? For how long?
Step 2: Is Collaborative Divorce Right For Me?
Step 3: Introduction to Your Issues
Step 4: You Explain Your Side
Step 5: Brief Legal Information
Step 6: Documents are Provided
Step 7: A Plan Forward is Established
Our Lawyers on the benefits of Collaborative Divorce
“Utilizing Collaborative family law allows parties to enter a voluntary process with their lawyers that are cooperative in nature which focuses on common interests and understanding concerns. This allows the parties to find a solution that both parties find acceptable and cost-effective.”
“Collaborative divorce is a great option for couples who want to make the well-being of their children the first priority.”