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Tampa Collaborative Divorce Attorney

Last updated on August 23, 2023

Florida Collaborative Family Law Attorney

The divorce process does not always have to involve extreme contention. In many circumstances, in fact, collaborative divorce is a better option for resolving your disputes while finalizing your divorce.

At the Law Offices of Roberta Kohn, P.A., located in Lutz, our Tampa collaborative divorce lawyer provides comprehensive family law services to clients throughout Hillsborough County, Pasco County and the greater Tampa area. With more than 20 years of experience, founding attorney Roberta Kohn has a clear understanding of the divorce process.

When you are looking for an attorney to provide you with all of your options regarding your divorce, consider contacting our firm. We are here to analyze your situation and seek the best possible outcome available to you.

The Basics Behind The Collaborative Divorce Process

In collaborative divorce, you and your spouse need to each hire your own attorney. You and your spouse must then agree to work together to create a final property settlement agreement. Then all four individuals will sit down together to walk through every issue relating to your divorce, including:

On occasion, we will utilize experts to assist in the decision-making process. Such experts include financial advisors, accountants and child specialists. Once all decisions have been made, one of the attorneys will craft the settlement agreement. This agreement, once signed, will be as binding as if a judge created the agreement for you.

The Benefits Of The Collaborative Divorce Process

We fully believe that a settlement agreement created through the collaborative process provides the individuals involved with numerous benefits:

  • The collaborative process is less expensive and less time-consuming than traditional divorce.
  • The parties have more control over the decision-making process.
  • The process is less anxiety-ridden, as there is no possibility of going to court.
  • The focus is always on settlement and negotiation.
  • You have access to your own lawyer and any experts you may think are necessary.

Contact Our Firm To Learn More

If you think the collaborative divorce process may be beneficial in your situation, contact us online or call 888-873-9909 to schedule your initial consultation.