Much lip service is paid to prioritizing children in a divorce, but the truth is that the current paradigm for divorce does not truly put the needs and desires of children first. The people in the best position to determine what the best interests of their children truly are cede control to two teams of divorce attorneys whose financial interests are tied to conflict. Ultimately, families rely on judges to decide what is in the best interest of their children, a complete stranger for whom, at best, it is impossible know all the intricacies of your family and who may not accurately evaluate your child’s needs or your ability to provide for your kids.
Consider that 50% of all families experience poverty following divorce. While some of this may be unavoidable, it can’t help to pay two attorneys out of your joint assets $600 an hour to fight.
Every aspect of our process is responsive to the needs of your family, from our flat-fee compensation structure, to our mediation process that maximizes efficiency in working with both partners, to our approach of creative brainstorming and problem-solving.
We work to ensure that families are in the best position possible to succeed in the next chapter of their story, and above all else insure that children are the top priority and meet their needs first, followed by the needs and then desires of each partner.
Divorce Better. A better way to- and through- divorce.