At Helping Hand Family and Divorce Attorneys, we understand that every family and every divorce is unique. That's why we offer a range of additional services beyond traditional divorce representation to help you navigate the legal process and achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family.
Below, we will explore three of our additional services in more detail: collaborative divorce, appeals, and modification of existing orders.
Collaborative divorce is a non-adversarial alternative to traditional divorce litigation. In a collaborative divorce, both parties and their attorneys agree to work together to reach a mutually satisfactory settlement, rather than going to court.
The collaborative divorce process typically involves a series of four-way meetings between the spouses, their attorneys, and any other relevant professionals, such as financial advisors or therapists. During these meetings, the parties work together to identify their needs and interests, and brainstorm solutions that meet both parties' needs as closely as possible.
One of the key benefits of collaborative divorce is that it allows the parties to maintain control over the outcome of their divorce. Rather than leaving the decisions in the hands of a judge, the parties are able to work together to find a resolution that works best for them and their family.
Another advantage of collaborative divorce is that it can be a less expensive and less time-consuming process than traditional divorce litigation. Because the parties are working together to find a resolution, there is often less need for legal motions and court hearings, which can save time and money.
If you are considering a divorce and are interested in exploring the option of a collaborative divorce, our attorneys at Helping Hand Family and Divorce Attorneys can provide you with more information and guidance.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your divorce or family law case, you may have the option of appealing the decision to a higher court. An appeal is a request to a higher court to review the decision of a lower court.
The appeal process can be complex and it is important to work with an experienced attorney to ensure that your rights are protected. At Helping Hand Family and Divorce Attorneys, our attorneys have extensive experience handling appeals in a variety of family law and divorce cases.
If you are considering an appeal, it is important to act quickly. There are strict deadlines for filing an appeal, and if you miss these deadlines, you may lose your right to appeal. Our attorneys can help you understand your options and guide you through the appeal process, from filing the initial notice of appeal to representing you in court.
If your circumstances have changed since your divorce or a family law case was resolved, you may be able to seek a modification of the existing orders. A modification is a change to an existing court order, such as a child custody or support order.
There are several types of orders that may be eligible for modification, including:
To seek a modification of an existing order, you will need to file a motion with the court. It is important to work with an experienced attorney to ensure that your rights are protected and that you have the best possible chance of obtaining the desired modification.
If you are considering an appeal, it is important to act quickly. There are strict deadlines for filing an appeal, and if you miss these deadlines, you may lose your right to appeal. At Helping Hand Family and Divorce Attorneys, we help you understand your options and guide you through the appeal process, from filing the initial notice of appeal to representing you in court.
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