Is Collaborative Law For You? By Debra Sutton on January 14, 2018

Can the Collaborative Method Help in My Case?

Florida recently enated the Collaborative Law Practices Act.  A family relationship - whether in divorce, modification, or enforcement - can benefit from the collaborative process!  Why?  Family law is about relationships. This concept is taken into the collaborative process where everyone commits to focus their efforts toward settlement and if children are involved - to a child focused plan. Should there be a place of disagreement, the parties suspend negotiations, reconsider their position(s), obtain additional information and explore other options to return to the process. Ultimately, the entire matter, or a substantial portion of it, should be resolved - leaving little to nothing for resolution by the Court.

Let us help you collaboratively resolve your divorce, custody, visitation, support, relocation, parenting plan, paternity, and other areas of family law disagreement. Increase your chances of settlement. Call for your consultation today.

Debra J. Sutton

Sutton Law Firm

Debra J. Sutton is an attorney who is board-certified in both appellate practice and marital and family law by the Florida Bar. At the Sutton Law Firm, with offices in Bartow, Lakeland, and St. Petersburg, Ms. Sutton, Mr. Kovschak, and their team provide individualized, compassionate, and private legal services. Our popular practice areas include:

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