Our Peoria County Collaborative Divorce lawyers and Cooperative Divorce attorneys will help to ensure your divorce is a cost-effective process that ensures your rights are protected and you receive fair terms. We help you choose the most expedient and affordable path and ensure your goals are met throughout the process.
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Peoria County Collaborative Divorce & Cooperative Divorce Attorneys
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In this video, Peoria County divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses the differences between Collaborative and Cooperative Divorce.
Cooperative and Collaborative Divorce processes are a potential alternative to reduce costs and in-court litigation on issues that must be settled in a divorce proceeding. If successful, these processes can make a divorce less stressful and more cost-effective. In this article, our Peoria County Collaborative & Cooperative Divorce attorneys look at both types of these divorce processes and weigh the benefits and disadvantages of each.
In this video, Peoria County divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the family mediation process.
Mediation is an often undervalued method that can potentially solve many family law related issues outside of court that allows parties to come to some form of agreement to Peoria County family related issues that also prevents having to litigate these issues in court, saving time and money. In this article, our Peoria family mediation attorneys discuss typical family mediation practices and explain the Peoria mediation process.
In this video, Peoria County divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses Peoria spousal maintenance and how it's awarded by Peoria County courts
There are three factors that Peoria County courts use to help determine whether to award spousal maintenance to a party in a Peoria County divorce. Those include:
In this article by our Peoria County divorce attorneys, they explain how these are factored into the decision process and how each weigh on process.