Working Together To Create Durable, Lasting Arrangements
Some people who are working through the divorce process are unable to agree on anything. Other people, however, grow apart with less hostility, and can work together to resolve how best to move forward separately after a divorce. These individuals know they need to cooperate to maximize the benefit to each of them in dividing their resources, and to continue being effective co-parents to their children.
For those individuals, it’s still important to talk with an experienced family law attorney. An experienced divorce lawyer can draft and file documents, and he or she can help ensure the couple hasn’t overlooked anything that may cause problems down the road.
At Pride Law, we help clients who can negotiate their agreement without our help to put it onto paper and to make it all happen, and to get all of the appropriate paperwork drafted and processed to achieve their agreed legal goals. We work with clients to help ensure their bases are covered and their short- and long-term interests are protected. Compared to litigation, negotiated settlements are often:
- Less expensive
- Less time-consuming
- Less hostile
- More private
- More tailored to a family’s unique needs
- More durable and less likely to land them in court in the future
- Final, as out-of-court settlements are not subject to appeal
Divorce Solutions In The South Hills of Pittsburgh
Working together during the divorce process can be one of the most efficient methods of resolution. Rather than spending money on litigation and legal fees, individuals can put that money toward building their new futures. We are committed to balancing a satisfying outcome with managing the expense of reaching it.
We represent clients throughout southwestern Pennsylvania who are interested in creating divorce solutions that are tailored to their lives. Learn more about your options by scheduling a free initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 412-343-3183.
Collaborate. Mediate. Negotiate. Pride Law.