Collaborative Law

Family law matters can be complicated, particularly when children are involved. Although you may be ending your marriage, co-parenting responsibilities often will require many interactions and a continued relationship with your former spouse.

At S. Jawn Ross PC, we understand the need and desire for many divorcing couples to maintain a positive relationship even after their marriage has ended; one that will foster open communication and mutual respect, and will provide a supportive environment for the future of their children. Our collaborative law practice may help you do just that.

As part of the collaborative law process, both parties, together with their respective attorneys, identify their goals and work out of court toward resolving their divorce with win-win solutions – solutions tailor made for their unique family circumstances. Although the collaborative process does not necessarily mean a “conflict-free” resolution, it can help lead you and your family to a healthy new beginning.