Sacramento Collaborative Law Attorneys
At Bartholomew & Wasznicky LLP, we recognize that some divorces require aggressive litigation in order to protect our clients’ interests — whether they be assets, business investments or, most importantly, child custody rights.
In many situations, however, we can approach divorce in a greater spirit of cooperation and compromise. We know that for many individuals, especially those with children, maintaining positive long-term family relations is of primary importance. Many are also eager to move on from a marriage with as little acrimony as possible, allowing them to begin the next stage of their lives.
Our firm has emerged as one of the leading family law firms in Sacramento in the area of collaborative law and divorce mediation. We are unmatched in being attuned to the specific needs of our clients and staying at the forefront of family law developments. These attributes have allowed us to develop a comprehensive collaborative law practice designed to help our clients navigate a divorce successfully and with as little disagreement or long-term difficulty as possible.
We believe that individuals facing a divorce or separation should have the information necessary to make smart legal decisions. Learn more about collaborative divorce, or call 916-603-2913 to arrange a consultation with an experienced lawyer.
California Collaborative Divorce Attorneys
In a collaborative divorce, we will work directly with your spouse and his or her counsel to negotiate agreements regarding property division, alimony and child-related issues. Where appropriate, we bring in experts such as child therapists, divorce counselors and financial advisers to help reach consensus on potentially sensitive issues. Once agreements have been reached on all issues, finalization of a divorce requires a court only to approve any necessary orders. Our clients emerge from the process knowing that important rights have been protected without the time, expense and emotional investment required of protracted litigation — and without potentially unfavorable orders being imposed on them by a court.