Collaborative Law is a voluntary process in which a team of trained, experienced professionals help you settle your divorce out of court and without resorting to litigation.
Areas of Practice
Divorce, Alimony, Separation & Annulment
Guardian ad Litem
Contempt & Enforcement of Judgments
Paternity & Legitimation
Modification of Existing Orders
Mediation & Arbitration
Grandparent & Third Party Custody
Collabortive Law Attorneys in Atlanta – Bloom Lines Alexander
Collaborative Law is a non-adversarial approach to resolving the issues in a divorce or other family situation without Court intervention. Collaborative Law is different than the traditional process of litigation or mediation. It focuses on a team-based approach using specially trained professionals across multiple disciplines to assist the couple in making their own decisions.
The collaborative participants will use a team of professionals to help achieve a healthy result unique to each family’s situation. The participants engage in comforting and age-appropriate planning for the children and learn the most effective use of the family’s financial resources. Each participant has his or her own legal advocates and counseling professionals to guide the parties through the process toward the parties’ expressed goals and best solutions.
Focusing on the financial and emotional goals of the family, your needs and the overall needs of everyone affected by the process will be addressed in collaboration with the team and, most importantly, the advice of a Bloom Lines Alexander attorney specially trained in the collaborative process.
Irrespective of process, our goal in representing you is to collaborate with all professionals involved in your case to ensure a positive outcome for you and your family. Clients often find the collaborative divorce process less stressful because they have more direct input into shaping their future and the future of their children.
We recognize, however, that the collaborative process may not be the best for some divorcing couples. Every couple’s situation is unique, and our collaboratively trained attorneys will work with you to understand your particular situation and determine what approach is best for you. Contact us to learn more about how we can help.
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