Ken Novenstern, Esq., shares two things that happened in the previous 24 hours that gave him a greater appreciation for the work he does in collaborative law. The first thing was about an initial meeting in a collaborative divorce case that went extremely well for all parties involved. It reminded him of the benefits of collaborative law. The second thing that happened in the previous 24 hours had to do with a phone call from the mother of someone stuck in a long term, expensive divorce litigation matter involving custody of her grandson among other issues. These two cases clearly contrasted the benefits of the collaborative process with the financial and emotional drawbacks of courtroom litigation.
To learn more about collaborative divorce and find out whether it might be the right solution for your situation, contact Ken Novenstern at Fredman Baken & Novenstern, LLP.