Stay In Control With Collaborative Divorce

The focus of collaborative law is preserving the interests of both parties involved in a divorce. As a collaborative law participant, you keep control of the process, maintain privacy and seek creative solutions that may be as unique as your family. With a collaborative approach, you can stay in charge of your own divorce.

Avoid Unnecessary Conflict

Lawyers, mental health professionals and families understand the long-term effects of an acrimonious divorce — financial stress, behavioral problems in children, mental health issues and future relationship difficulties. Litigation places you and your child’s future in the hands of a stranger: the judge.

At The Ramage Law Group, our attorneys are prepared to advise and assist you throughout the collaborative divorce process. Through collaborative law, on the other hand, divorcing parties can keep control of the process in determining their future in these areas:

Reasonable analysis by reasonable people under reasonable circumstances feels much more humane to many people than a traditional courtroom divorce. At The Ramage Law Group, we add value to the collaborative process by our intuitive approach and skill in divorce law.

Our family law attorneys are prepared to advise and assist you in collaboration leading to an agreement that meets your short-term and long-term interests. We would be pleased to explain to you how we go about incorporating expert advice in the financial and mental health areas to empower you to make educated choices for your future.

Learn More Today

Contact The Ramage Law Group at 469-899-3533 or use the online contact form to learn more about collaborative law and its application to your Texas divorce.