Feeling Stuck? Don’t know where to begin? Divorce can be overwhelming, scary and the fear of the unknown can be paralyzing. You need a plan. But where do you start? Regain control and clarity by learning about the legal, financial, family and personal issues that accompany the divorce process.
Which legal process is best for you and your family?
Is Mediation better and less expensive than Litigation?
Is Collaborative Divorce better than Mediation?
Will you get or have to pay Child Support and Alimony?
What are Marital assets and how are they split? What about an Inheritance?
Will our children be okay? How do we tell them?
Our experienced, volunteer Family Law Attorneys, Divorce Coaches and Divorce Financial Analysts will provide the knowledge and information you need to empower you through the divorce process with confidence and peace of mind.
LEARN HOW TO CHART YOUR COURSE TO A BETTER DIVORCE
Sign up today at NorthShoreCollaborativeDivorce.com
Workshop is free and all attendees will receive a Divorce Resource Handbook
October 20th – 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
The Peabody Institute Library (Danvers), 15 Sylvan St., Danvers, MA
By: Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Arbitrator, Mediator & Collaborative Lawyer
Divorce Month is almost here. In 2016, I saw one of the saddest, unnecessary, adversarial divorces ever. The cost in emotions, future harmony and money was enormous and unnecessary.
So again, I urge everyone who is facing divorce to consider seriously staying out of the public adversarial divorce system. It will hurt and it will hurt way into the future.
Staying out of the “system” generally means choosing one of two processes, either confidential mediation or confidential Collaborative Divorce. Take the time to read about these important confidential divorce approaches at The Three Approaches to Divorce.
If the two of you agree on only one thing, let it be that you will use confidential mediation or confidential Collaborative Divorce.
Hand in hand with the right approach is the right lawyer. Not all divorce lawyers are qualified to do divorce mediation or Collaborative Divorce. Mediation requires training and success. Collaborative Attorneys need to be certified. Believe me, this is not the time to go to your third cousin’s friend’s real estate lawyer.
For more information about Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce:
DO YOU KNOW A GOOD LAWYER WHO DOES INTER GALACTIC SPACE LAW?
Actually, I don’t; but if you needed one, I would make the effort to find one.
Besides providing arbitration, mediation and collaborative representation, I act as a Primary Care Attorney who can refer you to the experienced lawyer you need.
Recently, I received a request for an elder care planning attorney. I was happy to refer the family to a trusted attorney who was an experienced elder care and trust lawyer.
Today, I received a “thank you” from the family I referred to the elder care planning and trust attorney. The “thank you” note described the attorney as:
… lovely, very kind and “down to earth”. Everyone in my family said how [she was] nice, kind and totally explained things to us. Again thank you, thank you, thank you.
One of the most rewarding experiences for me is to receive positive feedback from someone I referred to a good attorney. My network of experienced, respected attorneys is available for almost any need, for example – a death in the family needs a probate attorney; an accident needs a negligence accident attorney; planning for the future needs an estate lawyer; winning the Lottery needs… well you know what I mean.