Our Quad Cities Divorce lawyers and Cooperative Divorce attorneys are here to help ensure that your divorce is handled in the most cost-effective method that ensures your rights are protected and you receive fair terms in your divorce, child custody, child support, and alimony mediation. We are here to help you choose the most expedient and affordable path and ensure your goals are met through the process.
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Quad City Collaborative Divorce & Cooperative Divorce Attorneys
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Kevin O'Flaherty oversees all legal matters and is actively involved in making sure every client's case, big or small, is handled with excellence and attention to detail. He is available to contact through phone and email and his rates are available upon request.
In this article, our Quad City cooperative divorce lawyers examine Cooperative and Collaborative Divorce processes and how they can be used to help negotiate contentious issues during a Quad Cities divorce.
These two types of divorce processes are potential alternatives to reduce costs and in-court litigation on issues that must be settled in a divorce proceeding. If successful, these processes can make relieve some of the stress involved in a divorce and offer a more cost-effective option. Our Moline Collaborative & Cooperative Divorce attorneys look at both types of these divorce processes and weigh the benefits and disadvantages of each.
In this article, our Quad Cities collaborative divorce lawyers discuss how mediation can be effectively used in a Quad Cities family law or divorce matter. Mediation involves a neutral third-party mediator who is responsible for the following:
Mediation is an often undervalued method that can potentially solve many family law related issues outside of court that allows parties to agree to Quad City family related issues that also prevents having to litigate these issues in court, saving time and money.