Carlsbad CA Collaborative Marital or Partnership Dissolution Attorneys Reach Equitable Resolutions
Guiding clients toward just settlements in San Diego County
Mediation or private judging are alternative routes for resolving dissolution and the associated issues, allowing a couple to reach an agreement in a private, calm, cooperative and nonadversarial environment. Mediation has the added benefit of being confidential. Both parties and their attorneys commit to a cooperative and efficient settlement process.
Established in 1993, Silverman Family Law, APC, concentrates exclusively on Family Court-law issues. Our goal is to obtain the best possible terms in your divorce in the most efficient and least stressful manner. If it is right for your circumstances, we recommend the nontraditional and alternative methods for reaching a resolution on any or all issues in the dissolution, including the final settlement.
Our commitment to the collaborative law process
Our attorneys studied and are practiced in mediation and collaborative methods, including advanced training in collaboration, and obtained extensive mediation and dispute-resolution education at Pepperdine University School of Law, Strauss Institute for Dispute Resolution in Malibu, CA. Because Alan R. Silverman, also, acts as a Family Court-law mediator, he is practiced and skilled in finding common ground and encouraging separating couples to cooperate in reaching an agreement. In addition, Mr. Silverman holds a Ph.D. in psychology and enjoyed a 15-year career as a marriage and Family Court and child counselor and child psychologist before attending law school. During our 20+ years of Family Court-law practice, our Family Court lawyers in North County of San Diego experienced the advantages of this collaborative method with our clients and are committed to engaging in this effective model when they can benefit by:
- Reducing costs of the divorce
- Finalizing the divorce more efficiently
- Creating a more amicable, diplomatic environment
- Taking control over the decision-making process
- Being committed to cooperation when children are involved
- Reaching an agreement about dividing marital assets that is fair and acceptable to both spouses
The collaborative process
During your collaborative divorce, both parties and their attorneys cooperate to devise equitable settlement terms that are in your children’s best interests and are fair to both parties. The parties’ teams disclose information, share documents with each other and engage in open discussions geared toward reaching a mutually beneficial agreement. If evaluations or assessments are necessary, an agreement is made to retain neutral experts to provide impartial evaluations of the issues. You may , also, receive assistance from coaches who can help you cope with the anxiety related to child custody and visitation matters. This process does not include appearing in a courtroom, unless, at least, one party chooses to switch to standard litigation.
Consult with Alan R. Silverman in Carlsbad, CA, to create an equitable settlement of your dissolution
To learn more about settling your dissolution using collaborative methods, call Silverman Family Law, APC, at 760-512-3251 or contact us online to schedule your free, initial phone consultation. Sunday appointments are available.
Silverman Family Law, APC, located in Carlsbad, California, serves clients in and around Carlsbad, San Diego, Oceanside, Vista, Escondido, Del Mar, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Encinitas, La Jolla, Mira Mesa, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, San Marcos and all North County San Diego.