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Are You Going Through Divorce?

Monroe Divorce Information

If you have examined every road and know that any kind of peace making strategy is not an option, divorce is probably your next step. You have the memories and the dreams, but remaining in the marriage may not be an accessible option, you may choose to move along and go through the process of divorce. This is not an easy option, but when made, can be a smooth process with the help of a knowledgeable lawyer. We can help you move on in the process, even when it seems like the most confusing and emotionally draining procedure. It is important to choose a divorce lawyer who understands the process and has your best interests in mind.

How a Monroe Divorce Attorney Can Help

Divorce is more prevalent than ever, and as such, so are the methods by which the process can be completed. While there are several ways to finalize the dissolution of a marriage, choosing which method is best suited for any given couple will depend entirely upon the circumstances of their current marriage. Where one couple might feel capable of amicably resolving their issues outside of court, another couple might have disagreements that require courtroom litigation.

To accommodate the individual needs of each and every one of our clients, at Collins Family Law Group, we have tailored our practice to a number of different types of divorce. All of our attorneys are committed to catering to the needs and desires of the clients that we represent, and we are prepared to offer legal counsel in any of the following circumstances:

Collaborative Divorce
The process of collaborative divorce involves negotiation within a neutral environment, the expectation being that the couple (and their respective legal representative) will amicably come to a resolution regarding the terms and conditions of their divorce agreement. At its core, collaborative divorce operates under the assumption that litigation will not be utilized to resolve issues that arise during the process, and couples must sign a Participation Agreement agreeing to this plan.

Contested Divorce
Cases of contested divorce are those in which the couple's disagreements become so heated and disputed that they cannot reasonably be settled outside of the courtroom. Accordingly, each spouse, and their legal representative, will be asked to appear in court where they will be given the opportunity to present their case on the witness stand. Contested divorces depend on the official ruling of a judge in order to establish the terms and conditions of the ultimate divorce agreement that is established.

Uncontested Divorce
Uncontested divorce provides couples with an opportunity to settle the terms of their divorce outside of the courtroom. The procedures involved in the completion of an uncontested divorce are frequently described as the most financially affordable and time-saving of all methods. Having an attorney act as an advocate during this time will ensure that the agreements that are reached are ones that accurately reflect circumstances that will work for you after the marriage had been officially dissolved.

Under no circumstances do the above descriptions denote the only types of divorce available to couples in North Carolina. There are many more alternatives that can be used to legally terminate a marriage, and an attorney can help determine which is best suited for you. In fact, we have been doing exactly this for over 20 years, so we know what to look for when reviewing the circumstances of our clients in order to make a determination on their behalf.

If you have questions about the divorce process, and which method should be utilized in your case, we are more than happy to meet with you to discuss these concerns at our office. Every consultation that is conducted at Collins Family Law Group is confidential, so you can freely express your concerns and questions in an environment that is safe.

Choosing the Right Type of Divorce

It is vital to know all of the options available to you. At Collins Family Law Group, we can advise you as to all of the methods available. If mediation appears to be a better option than litigation, we can provide you with this knowledge. Mediation is not for everyone, though it may save you a lot of time and money. Most cases can be handled through this type of divorce, but situations that are more complex will need the divorcing couple to choose another option.

A Monroe divorce attorney can provide you with information on all different types of divorce processes that are available. The closure of a marriage can cause serious emotional stress and our lawyers are available to walk you through each step of the process. No matter what divorce is executed, whether contested or uncontested, our firm will put your rights first and fight for you every step of the way. We strongly advise that you enlist the assistance of a lawyer who will take the time to discuss your case with you and develop a solution that will help not only you, but your children as well.

Contact a Monroe divorce lawyer at our office today for the qualified legal support that you need and deserve in your divorce case.

Collins Family Law Group - Monroe Divorce Attorney
Located at 114 North Main Street, Monroe, NC 28112.
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