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Collaborative Divorce Practice

A Civil Divorce Process for People throughout Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine county & all of Wisconsin

The collaborative divorce practice is a cooperative approach that seeks to reach a fair settlement for all involved parties outside of court. Our family law attorneys have utilized this process to bring a cost-effective, civil, and less emotionally draining procedure when divorce terms are being negotiated and finalized.

Collaborative divorce practice can manage conflicts with creative solutions. In collaborative divorce, each party is represented by a lawyer during structured four-way settlement meetings. At the culmination of the practice, each party can walk away feeling both respected and that they negotiated in good faith.

Learn more about our collaborative divorce practice in Milwaukee by calling us at (414) 721-9611.

Reasons to Utilize Collaborative Divorce

Over the years, our family law lawyers at Burbach & Stansbury S.C. have seen the positive impact that collaborative divorce can have on people’s lives. The structure of the entire proceeding and the advantage of bringing in agreed-upon experts can provide couples with the peace of mind they need to feel confident in the process.

Some benefits of collaborative divorce can include:

  • Allows each party to be directly involved in the process
  • Creates win-win solutions for everyone involved
  • Gives both parties a chance to get their wishes heard and considered
  • Produces better results for any children involved in the divorce
  • Reduces the chance that the parties return to court for further litigation

If you are looking for an alternative to contentious and stressful divorce proceedings, collaborative divorce might be the solution for you.

Contact our team at Burbach & Stansbury S.C. today at (414) 721-9611 to set up a one-on-one meeting to discuss how collaborative divorce could be the right fit for your situation.