When a couple makes the difficult decision to divorce, they have many factors to consider: How will the divorce impact the children? What’s the most equitable option for all parties? To sort through some of these difficult issues, including assessing the emotional and financial impact on your family, consider the benefits of a collaborative divorce.
BC law allows for multiple separation scenarios. Some couples divorce as soon as they pass their year of separation. However, disagreement on issues such as child custody, visitation rights, property division, and related concerns can prolong the divorce process indefinitely. When this happens, both costs and relationship troubles can escalate.
Collaborative divorce is a unique option. Here’s how it works:
A collaborative divorce allows all parties to have equal input to move forward in the divorce process amicably.
Valerie M Little has over 27 years of experience in family law, which means she is especially skilled in listening to each party and valuing their concerns. This helps her provide solutions and resolve disputes in a sensitive, timely way. When you work with Valerie, you will also:
Don’t make divorce any more difficult than it has to be. Call 604-526-3333 today for caring services from a collaborative divorce lawyer at Valerie M Little Law Corporation.
Valerie Little is centrally located in New Westminster and serves the surrounding areas of Burnaby, Maple Ridge, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Port Moody, Richmond, Surrey, Cloverdale, Delta, Langley, Tri-Cities, and the Lower Mainland.