Salt Lake City Collaborative Divorce Attorneys

Agreeable Solutions to Emotional Issues

Just because the divorces we see and hear about are mostly contentious and involve big, drawn out court cases doesn’t mean that your case is like that. You may be separating from your partner for amicable reasons and you are ready to do so as cleanly and with as little stress as possible. A collaborative divorce is a different way of approaching the process, allowing you and your spouse to sit down and discuss what is best for your family. With a collaborative divorce, you may never see the inside of a courtroom and you will be more likely to get the results that you want because it will be decided through negotiation and discussion, rather than by a judge.

Call (801) 701-3522 to set up a free appointment with our Salt Lake City collaborative divorce lawyers at Just Law.

A Better Option for You & Your Family

If you and your partner are thinking of a collaborative divorce, you are already in a great place. Collaborative divorces focus on solutions and your best interests using a Salt Lake City divorce lawyer to ensure fairness and that the law is being followed. Our team is family-oriented and includes certified mediators with advanced domestic mediation training.

If you are not sure if you are a good candidate for collaborative divorce, that is fine. Many people are not even aware that divorces can be executed peacefully and without conflict. Collaborative divorce is a great option if your marriage is ending based on a mutual agreement

We are here to talk you through the benefits of a collaborative divorce, including:

  • Protecting your privacy throughout the process
  • Deciding custody and child support arrangements
  • Dividing assets equally
  • Preserving a cooperative relationship with your spouse

The Salt Lake City collaborative divorce attorneys at Just Law have years of experience and have handled hundreds of divorces with professionalism and care. Call our office at (801) 701-3522 to set up a free consultation.

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