Collaborative Divorce in Fort Mill
Compassionate, Experienced Divorce Attorneys
Are you looking to avoid a contentious divorce? Do you want to save on legal fees and get through with your divorce quickly so that you can move forward sooner? The good news is, you can. Through a collaborative divorce, you and your spouse could work through each aspect of your divorce with your attorneys in a private, quick, affordable manner. If you are interested avoiding litigation and choosing a more peaceful method of divorce, our attorneys can help.
Our team at Krusch & Sellers, P.A. is passionate about helping individuals and families through the difficult process of divorce. With more than 65 years of collective legal experience behind us, you can rest easy knowing that our team has the skill set you need to guide you through each step of your divorce. We can also help you with any other legal aspects of divorce, including child custody, child support, property division, alimony, and more.
Call (803) 220-2611 to talk to our South Carolina attorneys about your divorce.
About The Collaborative Divorce Process
Through a collaborative divorce, couples can skip contentious court dates in favor of more private, peaceful conferences with one another and their respective lawyers. Between your lawyers, you can negotiate the terms of your divorce, including property division, child custody, parenting agreements, child support, and so on. Litigation, the more typical method of divorce, is often extremely lengthy, public, expensive, and stressful. Rather than going that route, couples who choose the collaborative divorce process can work together in a civil manner to resolve issues with respect.
The benefits of collaborative divorce include:
- Less expensive
- Couples choose the outcome, rather than the courts
- The process is tailored to the needs of each family
If you are interested in pursuing a collaborative divorce, our firm can help. We can work with you to determine your unique goals and priorities in order to more accurately represent your needs and wishes. If you have any children, we can also help with any associated legal concerns regarding their custody or any child support payments.
Contact Krusch & Sellers, P.A. to discuss your case with our Fort Mill divorce lawyers.