Pittsburgh Collaborative Divorce Attorneys

Experienced Collaborative Divorce Lawyers in Pittsburgh

Collaborative divorce is a revolutionary way to restructure your family and to resolve your legal issues. It is a process in which you and your spouse negotiate an acceptable agreement with professional help. Each party hires their own collaborative attorney to represent them, and then their respective lawyers sign a contract that states they are committed to using cooperative techniques, instead of competitive tactics to negotiate divorce issues. This means that spouses can go through their divorce process without attending court hearings.

It is a customized, client-centered process that helps families go through the process of divorce, child custody, and other legal matters. This way, families can avoid litigation and focus on meeting the needs of their family. The attorneys at Notaro Calabrese & Epstein, P.C. have nearly 20 years of experience representing families through their family law issues. Let our legal team of collaboratively-trained attorneys help you resolve your family’s legal matters.

Contact our Pittsburgh collaborative divorce lawyers today for a free initial consultation at (412) 281-1988!

How Does a Collaborative Divorce Work?

Collaborative divorce is a much different process from traditional divorce. Rather than going through argumentative bargains in traditional divorce, collaborative divorce offers a negotiation approach that focuses on the spouse’s needs. This process benefits spouses because it focuses on the needs and interest of both parties. It is a cooperative method that allows spouses to resolve issues, instead of going through a lengthy legal process where both spouses may result unsatisfied. Collaborative divorce can be highly effective because it provides a safe, non-adversely environment where spouses can communicate freely, without having to go to court.

The first step in a collaborative divorce is to hire a collaboratively trained attorney. An attorney helps clients form a team of specialists to resolve legal disputes. The group of specialists and clients sign a Participation Agreement that describes the nature and scope of the issues, and that states the parties will negotiate in good faith to reach an agreement. The stated goal is to remove the threat of litigation and keep the parties working together to achieve a solution.

After the Participation Agreement is signed, an agenda for the meeting to enhance efficiency and avoid surprises. In these meets, the team brainstorms ideas to resolve legal disputes. The agreements are made based on the client’s goals and interests. Once the spouses reach an arrangement, your attorneys will create a written document of the agreements, and will fill out court forms to make it legally binding.

Spouses can use the Collaborative Divorce process for a variety of legal issues, including:

  • Property Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Parenting & Custody
  • Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Work with Our Pittsburgh Collaborative Divorce Lawyers!

The attorneys at Notaro Calabrese & Epstein, P.C. have nearly 20 years of experience helping clients with their family law issues. We understand how stressful the divorce process is, that is why our collaborative divorce lawyers work tirelessly to help you achieve the best possible results for your case. Our Allegheny County collaborative divorce attorneys are always accessible to answer your questions, and we are conveniently located near you!

Contact our Pittsburgh collaborative divorce attorneys today for a free initial consultation at (412) 281-1988!

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