Understanding Collaborative Divorce

Divorce is often perceived as a long, drawn-out battle between two feuding spouses. Visions of dueling attorneys throwing out accusations and demands abound. Worries of costly legal fees come to mind. In reality, marital dissolution does not have to be this way. At Albano Law, PLLC, we are proud to offer our clients alternatives to the typical divorce process.

The Benefits Of Collaborative Divorce In Texas

Collaborative divorce is a relatively new concept and is a branch of alternative dispute resolution. In this process, a divorcing couple has the opportunity to work with their respective attorneys and each other outside of the court system. This enables the parties to potentially have a more civil separation, save on legal fees and resolve their issues in a more efficient manner. Our clients find this method especially beneficial when there are children involved. The parties, attorneys and collaborative divorce team work together to amicably transition the family to a post-divorce co-parenting relationship. This process allows the parents (rather than the courts) to maintain control over decisions affecting their family as the family transitions through the divorce. Many find that since divorcing parents will have an ongoing co-parenting relationship after the divorce, it is in the family's best interest to remain civil and work together to find amicable solutions during the divorce. Often people get frustrated because they cannot resolve their issues by themselves at the kitchen table. Having objective parties such as skilled attorneys and a collaborative team to assist you can take out the emotion and successfully help you and your spouse reach a final agreement.

Attorney Christine Albano is professionally associated with Collaborative Divorce Collin County.

Marital Dissolution Through Mediation

Sometimes couples seeking an alternative dispute resolution in divorce find that a mediator helps them resolve their issues while staying outside of the court system. Attorney Christine Albano represents clients seeking a divorce who wish to remain outside of a trial, but still want a neutral party to facilitate the process. She will arrange the mediation process and attend the mediation with you, ensuring that your rights and best interests are protected. Mediation is often an efficient and successful process to reach a final resolution in your case. Often people get frustrated because they cannot resolve their issues by themselves at the kitchen table. Having objective parties such as skilled attorneys and a mediator assist you can take out the emotion and successfully help you and your spouse reach a final agreement.

Resolve Your Divorce Issues Today

From our law office in Plano, Texas, Albano Law, PLLC, represents clients in communities throughout North Texas, including Collin County and the cities of McKinney, Frisco, Allen and The Colony. Call 972-987-0963 to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Frisco collaborative divorce attorney or contact us online. Our office is conveniently located on the northwest corner of the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon in the Starwood Professional Village.