Stoughton Collaborative Law Attorney
For some divorcing couples, lengthy and intrusive court examinations are unnecessary. Quite simply, a contested case or trial is likely to introduce great tension so it should be avoided whenever possible and thought of only as a last resort. The reality is there are various alternative dispute resolution processes available such as collaborative law and mediation.
At Walters Law Offices, PC, we understand that every divorce has unique circumstances. Attorney Kevin Walters tailors legal services to fit the individual needs of his clients. Attorney Walters is a trained family law mediator and is adept at collaborating with other attorneys to come to amicable and well-thought-out divorce agreements. Attorney Walters can help you through divorce without contested court appearances that, while likely saving both time and resources, will inherently allow you more input into what happens to your children, family and financial outcome.
A Focus on Creative Solutions
Walters Law Offices in Stoughton and Natick provides comprehensive divorce representation throughout the Boston Metro area and surrounding suburbs. We focus our practice on divorce and family law, and we bring more than 10 years of experience to these matters.
We give our clients pragmatic advice on the best legal path to pursue based on the circumstances surrounding their individual circumstances and objectives. Whether you decide that mediation or collaborative law is in the best interest of you and your family, or if you find that your situation cannot be resolved without court intervention, we will be there to guide you and zealously advocate on your behalf.
Should you decide that a collaborative law approach is best suited for your situation, your spouse will need to be represented by a lawyer who also agrees to a collaborative approach. Our role is to facilitate the collaborative process, and to help you evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of any proposed settlement. We will ensure that your rights are protected and that you understand the long-term consequences of accepting a settlement. In addition, we work with a network of other professionals, including financial analysts and family law counselors to help meet all your needs.
Consultation About Collaborative Law
Contact us online or by phone at 781-436-5288 to learn more about collaborative law and other options to avoid divorce litigation.