Collaborative Divorce in Dallas

Serving the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex

If your marriage cannot be salvaged but you don’t want to go through the time, expense and emotional difficulties of a long and protracted legal battle, you may want to consider the collaborative divorce process. In collaborative divorce, both parties retain legal counsel but also agree to try to resolve all disagreements in the divorce without the intervention of the judge or the court. Parties in collaborative divorce often seek input from other experts, such as family counselors or financial advisors, to iron out their differences. If you reach an impasse and need to seek a decision from the court, both parties must end their relationship with their existing counsel and hire a new lawyer.

At the Law Office of Len Conner, we focus our practice exclusively on family law matters, including collaborative divorce. The structure of collaborative divorce is comparable to the approach we have always taken, employing a team approach to identifying and implementing the best solutions for you and your family. We regularly consult with other professionals, including financial advisors, tax experts, psychologists, social workers, private investigators and others, so that we have the best information to help you make long-term decisions for you and your family.

To set up a confidential meeting, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 972-445-1500 if you are in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area.

Our Collaborative Divorce Practice

Our attorney will act as your advocate in collaborative divorce proceedings, working with opposing counsel to identify mutually beneficial ways to resolve disputes over child custody and visitation, child support, alimony or spousal support, or the division of marital property. Our goal will always be to help you cost-effectively come to agreements that are in your best interests. Nonetheless, our ultimate responsibility is to protect your rights. We will carefully evaluate any proposed solutions to your family law matters to ensure that you are not being misled and that your interests, and the interests of your children, are being promoted.

We will prepare and file any documents required throughout the collaborative divorce process, and will be your advocate in all negotiations or settlement discussions with your ex-spouse and opposing counsel.

Contact Our Divorce, Family Law Attorney

We built our successful practice on a commitment to personal service and attention. We will listen carefully to the facts and circumstances of your case so that we can tailor our counsel. We have the skill, knowledge, experience and resources to identify and implement customized solutions to your legal problems.

Collaborative Divorce Lawyer

To set up an interview to discuss the benefits of the collaborative divorce process, contact our office online or call us at 972-445-1500 if you are in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area to set up an appointment.  Let our team put its experience, knowledge and skill to work for you.

The Law Office of Len Conner Serves the Cities of:

Irving, Dallas, Cedar Hill, Mesquite, Garland,
Grand Prairie, Los Colinas, Richardson, Plano, Highland Park,
Arlington, Hurst, Euless, Bedford,  Southlake, Grapevine,
Colleyville, Lewisville, Denton, The Colony, Coppell,
Flower Mound, Corinth, Argyle, Fort Worth, Frisco,
Sachse, McKinney, Park Cities, Duncanville, Desoto,
& Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County, Collin County

Collaborative Divorce Attorney

We hope the information provided here is helpful. Please call our office with any questions you may have. Unless otherwise indicated, attorney listed in this site are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This web site is designed for general information only. The information at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.

Admitted to the US Federal Courts, Northern District of TX

Member of the Texas Family Law Section of the Texas State Bar Association


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