Illinois Collaborative Divorce Lawyers
Traditional divorce proceedings can often take an adversarial turn, placing parties and children in physical and emotional harm's way. Such a violent schism in a family may deeply affect children and adults for years to come. It is important to know that you do have dignified and respectful choices and options available. Collaborative divorce law is the process by which parties and their counsel agree in writing to make a good faith effort to reach a mutually acceptable resolution without resorting to expensive, painful and time-consuming litigation.
Is Collaborative Law Right for You?
If you are interested in learning how the practice of collaborative law may be applied to your situation contact Bush & Heise, Attorneys At Law, in Barrington, Illinois, to receive a free initial consultation. An experienced Barrington collaborative lawyer at our firm is ready to assist you.
- Find out how collaborative law can make your legal issue less costly.
- Learn more about working with professionals in the collaborative process.
Lawyers at our law firm have the knowledge necessary to handle your situation throughout the entire collaborative law process. We work closely with clients to develop timely and thorough resolutions for complex divorce issues while keeping the ultimate goals and best interests of the client in mind. We allow the parties to set the tone of the proceedings and to help in drafting their own agreements in order to foster a sense of ownership and accountability toward the outcome. Our lawyers find this collaborative approach significantly increases the long-term success rates of divorce and custody settlements. Our lead collaborative attorney, Anna Markley Bush, is one of a growing number of collaboratively trained attorneys in Illinois. She is a founding member of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois (CLII) and a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP).
Contact a Palatine Collaborative Divorce Lawyer
For an alternative to stressful, lengthy and costly traditional divorce proceedings, contact a collaborative law attorney to learn about our collaborative law philosophy through a free initial consultation. Our experienced legal team is available evenings and weekends by appointment for the convenience of clients. We accept Visa and MasterCard payments.