Collaborative Law

The Benefits Of A Collaborative Divorce

If you and your spouse are considering divorce, but wish to save money and avoid a long, drawn out court process, collaborative law may be an excellent option for you. With the collaborative law process, an attorney is able to help both of you work together to decide all of the issues you will face in a divorce, without the need to go in front of a judge.

If you have questions about the collaborative law process and how it could save you money and time, do not hesitate to contact the law firm of Marrs & Terry, PLLC. Our Michigan family law attorneys have more than a decade of experience guiding people through their family issues and know how to effectively assist you as well.

Guiding You Through Every Step Of Your Divorce

At the law firm of Marrs & Terry, our lawyers can help you work out an agreement before litigation is necessary. This process is very similar to mediation and helps our clients avoid the need for costly and time consuming litigation.

We will work with you to create a solution that both avoids litigation and creates a healthy post-divorce environment. Whether you have issues regarding property division, child support and custody, spousal support or any other family concern, our attorney will be by your side, helping you to resolve each one.

Litigation Is Still An Option

If the collaborative law process should break down, both parties may still choose to pursue the divorce in court. Usually, the attorney who was conducting the collaborative law part of the divorce is dismissed and a new attorney must be obtained by each party. If you have any questions regarding saving money and time during your divorce, our family law firm will use our experience to assist you.

We Are Here To Help. Give Us A Call.

The divorce lawyers of Marrs & Terry, PLLC, can help you and your spouse resolve your family law issues efficiently and without the need for litigation. Call us toll free at 734-663-0555 or e-mail the law firm to schedule a consultation.