Morristown Collaborative Divorce Lawyer
Helping You Achieve Your Goals
Collaborative divorce is sometimes the best option for couples who are
able to agree on the majority of terms regarding their separation. In
a collaborative divorce, the couple will work directly with an attorney
from The Bowlin Law Firm to reach amicable resolutions based on the best
options for both parties and any children. In the process, they may avoid
serious legal fees and avoid the stress of a family law trial.
At The Bowlin Law Firm, our team of dedicated attorneys understands that
all clients are unique and may be facing unique situations, so we work
hard to help you reach amicable resolutions in a short amount of time.
When a couple takes a collaborative path toward divorce, they are able
to work with numerous parties to help reach their goals. This type of
divorce differs from
mediated divorce or
uncontested divorce and allows the spouses to work with marriage counselors, financial advisors,
specialists and the attorney to reach the best possible resolution for
their case. The attorney can act as mediator, or a mediator may be hired
to help all parties. Instead of going to court, these proceedings usually
happen in an office as an open meeting, during which parties can work
together to reach a desired resolution for
spousal support and
Working with Troy L. Bowlin, II
If you and your spouse can agree on the majority of the terms of your divorce,
then the collaborative divorce option may be the best choice for you and
may provide you with the peace of mind of knowing that your best interests
will be fought for throughout the entire divorce process. At The Bowlin
Law Firm, we pride ourselves on devoting the necessary time to our clients
and ensuring that they receive the best resolution available for their
case, whether they are located in Knoxville, Knox County and Morristown, TN.
If a collaborative divorce seems like the best option for you and your
family, contact our team now and schedule a
free case evaluation as soon as possible.