Rancho Cucamonga Collaborative Divorce Lawyers
We Can Help Your Case
Just because you are filing for divorce doesn’t mean that you need
to cut all ties with your soon to be ex-spouse. In fact, it may be in
your best interest to maintain at least a somewhat cordial relationship
during the divorce process in order to pursue a collaborative divorce.
Not only can this type of divorce prove to be a far less stressful experience,
working together with your soon to be ex-spouse and their attorney will
allow you to work towards a mutually beneficial agreement.
Call us at (909) 992-0188 to speak with James D. Madden & Aruna P.
Attorneys James D. Madden & Aruna P. Rodrigo have spent their career
assisting families resolve disputes and settle conflicts, and over the
years have assisted hundreds of spouses during their divorce proceedings.
Our firm has the attorneys with the skills and experience you need to
successfully navigate your divorce and negotiate an agreement that best
suits your needs. If you are seeking a qualified Rancho Cucamonga divorce
attorney, look no further than James D. Madden & Aruna P. Rodrigo.
How Can A Divorce Attorney Help You?
In an ideal world, the most complicated area of your divorce would be filling
out all of the necessary legal documents and papers. Unfortunately, this
is rarely the case in divorces – it’s hard not to disagree
with the person you’re in the process of divorcing. That’s
why it’s so important to hire a qualified divorce attorney to help
you work together with your spouse in a collaborative divorce. Not only
is avoiding a court battle far less stressful, it can also:
- Cost less money.
- Take less time.
- Allow you to maintain privacy – court documents are publicly accessible.
- Be held in a more comfortable an informal setting.
You, your attorney, your spouse and their attorney will meet on a semi-frequent
basis in order to negotiate and discuss the steps you need to take to
move on to the next step of your divorce. Depending on your situation,
you may need to bring in a neutral third party, also known as
a mediator to assist with managing the process. Once you and your spouse have come
to an agreement on the final settlement, each of your attorneys will complete
the final papers for you to sign and finalize the divorce.
Fill out our online form to tell us more about your case.
Contact Us Today To Discuss Your Case
Hiring a qualified divorce lawyer will help you handle any unexpected challenges
of complications that may come up during your collaborative divorce as
well as answer any questions you may have. Tell us more about your case by
filling out our online form, or give James D. Madden & Aruna P. Rodrigo a call at (909) 992-0188.