When your divorce is over, you want to be able to look back and say that you conducted yourself with dignity and respect.
At Trinity Family Law, we see you as a whole person with a multidimensional life, one in which you take on many roles – spouse, parent, employee/employer, community member, volunteer, caregiver. All of these will be impacted by the divorce to some degree. At Trinity Family Law, we take a non-adversarial approach to minimize the negative impact of divorce on the rest of your life.
We begin by listening to your story. What brings you to this point in your life with divorce on the horizon? What are your goals for your life, for your children, for your company? How do you see your spouse? After careful listening, we help you decide which type of divorce process will support the goals you have described. If we believe that a non-adversarial approach can serve you well – a collaborative divorce, mediation or an uncontested divorce – we will describe in detail how that attorney-client relationship will work best. If your situation requires protective, aggressive, adversarial legal work, we provide referrals.
The holistic approach we take centers around you. If you have children, our firm works with mental health professionals with specialized training and experience with children of divorce. If unique mental health challenges exist or addiction is an issue, our process can be tailored to address these specific challenges.
When one of the spouses owns or works for a family-owned business, we know that it adds an additional level of complexity to the case. Adversarial posturing will not serve you, your spouse or the company. We believe that transparency and using neutral experts saves time, money and frustration. We guide you by recommending experienced business valuation experts and family wealth management consultants. If you are the spouse who has not been actively involved in the company, you must get educated to make good decisions. Our process has at its core the belief that when a person has good information, they make good decisions. Most importantly, we recognize that the viability of the company is important to the success of the family going forward. It makes no sense for a contentious lawsuit to bankrupt the business. If your goal is to reach the best solution for everyone, we can get you there.
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