Stevan S. Yasgur, P.C.
I have represented dozens, if not hundreds, of clients in divorce hearings and trials since 1980. If you knew what I know, a courtroom is the last place you'd choose to end your marriage and plan your family's future. Although sometimes there's no choice, usually there is.
Every family is unique in some respect. Collaborative practice lets you find solutions that preserve that uniqueness, because you and your spouse make the decisions. A wise family court judge once told a client and his spouse, "It's not in my job description to love your children. Don't you think decisions about their future should be made by someone who does (love them)?" Collaborative divorce gives you the freedom--and safety--to do this. It's what I admire most about this approach.
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