Amick, Stevens & Gadness

Request a reduced rate consultation

Amick, Stevens & Gadness

Request A Reduced Rate Consultation

A Family, divorce and Social Security Disability Law Firm

Experienced Attorneys Helping Families Through Difficult Times
Photo Of Professionals At Amick, Stevens & Gadness

What Is Collaborative Divorce?

There are several ways for divorce proceedings to be conducted. Many are resolved through litigation, which is essentially asking a judge to resolve the situation. While effective, this route can be costly, time consuming and emotionally difficult. The impact is felt by everyone involved, including children.

There is an option to litigation. The experienced attorneys of Amick, Stevens & Gadness are trained in the collaborative divorce technique of working through a divorce. This route involves each party and their lawyer working together toward a mutual resolution. It has proven to be more cost-effective and less stressful than a trial.

What Are The Benefits?

Whether it involves child custody or asset division, there are many benefits to resolving divorce disputes through collaborative divorce. Most importantly, a collaborative divorce offers you more control over the outcome than if you just hand your case over to the judge. Collaborative divorce allows for creative resolutions to problems, which consider everyone’s needs. As an added benefit, the collaborative process helps foster strong communication and the building of a cooperative relationship between you and your former spouse that can be especially important when there is a child involved.

Helping You Choose The Best Option For Your Situation

This method of resolving a divorce collaboratively is a direct extension of our commitment to do what is best for our clients. We want to make certain that every option is available to you. We will work with you to find out your goals and make certain that the path we take is the shortest one to reach those goals.

With over 25 years of experience serving people in Plano, Texas, and the surrounding areas, we have the in-depth knowledge required to help you achieve your goals for the future.

Contact us online or at 214-473-8383 to schedule a consultation about how our collaborative divorce techniques can work for you.

Our Practice Areas

Family and
Divorce Law

Social Security
Disability Law