Collaborative Divorce

The issues that arise in divorce proceedings are some of the most contentious and emotional in all of law.

Many divorces become court battles involving angry spouses and unnecessarily aggressive attorneys. In response, a new kind of divorce has been gaining in popularity. Known as collaborative divorce, it focuses on settlement and negotiation instead of litigation.

Although the parties are represented by lawyers, all of the participants agree to work together respectfully, honestly and in good faith to find solutions that meet the legitimate needs of both parties.

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If you have questions about the collaborative divorce process in Florida, the Caveda Law Firm, P.A. has answers. Our family law attorneys have been helping Florida residents of Tampa,Tampa Bay and Hillsborough County for more than 22 years. Contact us today by calling (813) 452-6090 – we are ready to help you now. We will assess your case to determine if a collaborative divorce would be in your best interests and we will help you make an informed decision about how to proceed.

In a collaborative divorce, the parties and their divorce attorneys sign agreements stating that each person will work together. If either party chooses to litigate or if a final agreement cannot be reached, the attorneys must resign from the case (therefore, not benefiting from advocating to go to trial).

In addition to the dissolution of the marriage, other issues can be handled through the collaborative process such as:

  • Child support
  • Child custody (time share)
  • Alimony
  • Property division

Contact the Caveda Law Firm, P.A. today to discuss your collaborative divorce options and learn more about your legal rights.

David Caveda, the founding member of the Caveda Law Firm, P.A., is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. He understands the emotional toll that divorce can take and strives to minimize any additional stress that can come with the legal process. He will work with you and your spouse’s attorney to determine the best possible course of action.

For more information on the amicable solutions offered by the collaborative divorce process, contact the Tampa Divorce Lawyers at the Caveda Law Firm at (813) 452-6090, we can help you now. We are ready to help you and your family in Tampa, Pasco County, Pinellas County and Hillsborough County, FL.

To schedule a consultation or learn more about your legal options, contact us today.

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