“Sometimes The Questions Are Complicated And The Answers Are Simple.”

– Dr. Seuss

Why taking a balanced approach to divorce works

On Behalf of | Jun 24, 2015 | High Asset Divorce

It would be incorrect and perhaps even a bit disingenuous to say that the initial decision to end your marriage will be entirely stress free. Indeed, the reality is that while you will more than likely come to appreciate the opportunity to start anew once your divorce is finalized, the process of getting there can often prove to be nerve-wracking.

This stress can involve everything from uncertainty as to where you will end up living and how often you will get to see your children, to how your business interests will be divided and how the split will affect your finances.

Some of this stress can also revolve around the uncertainty of how the divorce itself will proceed: Will your soon-to-be ex fight you over every issue? Are they willing to consider less combative and more cooperative alternatives to divorce? Are they leaning toward divorce litigation merely because of uncertainty over the assets at stake?

At Fischer & Feldman, P.A., we understand how stressful divorce can be, particularly at the outset, when emotions are still so raw for both spouses and there is so much uncertainty as to how the process will unfold.

That’s precisely why our attorneys have gone to great lengths to hone their skills in all paths leading to the resolution of high conflict and high asset divorces from mediation and direct negotiations to Collaborative law and, of course, traditional litigation.

Armed with decades of experience, they will always take the time to explain the law, outline all of the viable divorce options available to you, and, most importantly, fight to enforce your rights and protect your best interests no matter the forum.

To learn more about how we are focused on amicable resolutions, but formidable in litigation, please visit our website.