It’s likely that your kids are aware that you’ve been fighting and struggling to keep things together, and in many cases, choosing to divorce can lead to a period of relative calm.
When it comes to the divorce itself, many couples are able to use a process called Collaborative Divorce, where the parties sign on to a structured negotiation process guided by a trained Collaborative Divorce attorney, with a time table and opportunities for input from agreed-upon experts and even your children.
Collaborative Divorce is generally less expensive than a litigated divorce, and can give all parties a stake in mutually beneficial outcomes.
At Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino, we understand the fierce need that parents have to protect their children, especially during a tumultuous time like a divorce.
We can help you find approaches and solutions that preserve their stability and sense of place with both parents.
Call us today at 718-725-9601 for a free consultation with an experienced Brooklyn divorce and child custody attorney.