Massachusetts divorce and family law lawyers and mediators in Medway, MA
Your Family Law Conflict – Not Creating More of It
First, thank you for visiting our website. We hope the information was helpful and even alerted you to some things you may not have considered.
The Divorce Collaborative was founded with the primary goal of helping Massachusetts clients through divorce and other family law problems in a more dignified and respectful way. Within just a few years, the firm has grown considerably.
We don’t believe in a lot of hype or scare tactics as you might have noticed after viewing some other divorce law firm websites. Although litigation is generally the most profitable work for divorce lawyers, we encourage our clients to first consider alternatives such as the mediation process or a collaborative divorce before deciding that court is the only option. A very small percentage of Massachusetts divorce cases are actually litigated.
When clients feel as though they are spinning out of control, stress levels skyrocket. We work closely with clients to avoid this situation by promptly returning your calls and emails and keeping you informed about your case. The legal issues of a divorce are but one component of the entire process. The emotional issues surrounding divorce are challenging and sometimes more of an obstacle to settlement than one might think. We wish we had a magic wand and could take away your stress, but since we don’t, we will refer you to a qualified divorce coach or counselor to help you get through the process and have the best opportunity for a happier post-divorce life.
Thank you for considering The Divorce Collaborative. If you have any questions, or to set up a consultation, please contact us at 508-346-3805, or send an email to email@example.com. All of us at The Divorce Collaborative welcome the opportunity to speak with you about how we can help.
Colleen Cunnally, Esq.
Owner – The Divorce Collaborative
Massachusetts divorce and family law attorneys and special education lawyers serving the Franklin, Medfield, Milford, Medway, Millis, Norfolk, Wrentham, Walpole, Bedford, Lexington, Concord, Billerica, Shrewsbury, Worcester, Westborough, MAssachusetts areas.