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Helping couples find happiness and peace through collaborative divorce

On Behalf of | Aug 30, 2014 | Collaborative Law

While some marriages and subsequent divorces are wrought with conflict and animosity, many marriages fail because spouses simply grow apart or realize they no longer share common life goals. For couples who desire a divorce, but wish to avoid litigation and retain more control over decisions related to the division of marital assets and child custody, a collaborative divorce may be a good option.

With more than 20 years of experience as a divorce and family law attorney, Gabrielle S. Davis strives to help individuals who wish to divorce discover and achieve their divorce goals. No two marriages are the same and similarly no two divorces are the same. Every divorcing couple and individual has a unique set of circumstances and concerns about the divorce process and desired outcome.

For couples who are able to effectively communicate and who wish to retain more control over and find agreeable resolutions to divorce-related issues, a collaborative divorce may be the best option. Couples, who wish to proceed with a collaborative divorce must be able to communicate in a respectful and productive manner. With the help of respective divorce attorneys, individuals who wish to dissolve a marriage through the collaborative process work together to sort out, negotiate and decide upon matters related to the division of marital assets and property, child custody and visitation and spousal support.

Gabrielle S. Davis, P.C., Attorney At Law has been helping couples succeed in achieving their divorce goals through the collaborative divorce process for more than two decades. She understands the challenges that are inherent to all divorces and takes an individualized approach to help address concerns related to finances, child custody, the division of property and spousal support.

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