Collaborative Divorce

A team approach for successful outcome outside the courtroom

Kramer Kozek LLP practices collaborative law, a model for dispute resolution that helps separating and divorcing couples reach agreement on their issues without going to court. Using this method, the firm's specially trained attorneys take a team approach that often involves mental health professionals, such as divorce coaches and child specialists, and financial specialists, all of whom agree to use neutral appraisers.

Clients engaged in collaborative divorce attend a series of meetings accompanied by their own counsel, coaches, and/or other members of the collaborative team.

The attorneys of Kramer Kozek LLP have the proven ability to quickly assess the issues at hand, including the ones not explicitly stated, to ensure a creative, successful solution. The firm's attorneys are founding members of professional organizations dedicated to the philosophy and benefits of resolving matrimonial and family disputes through collaborative law.

The advantages of collaborative divorce

Recently, Neil Kozek, a member of the Board of Directors of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, talked about the advantages of collaborative divorce at Ask SuperLawyers. These include greater degree of control over dispute resolution, less time consuming, less expense, and less stressful than traditional litigation.

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Protecting the children

Collaborative divorce offers couples the opportunity to resolve their differences without subjecting their children to the trauma and potentially damaging effects of courtroom litigation. Agreements are made with the children's best interests in mind.

Many clients approach Kramer Kozek LLP with questions about collaborative law. To find answers to the most frequently asked questions the firm receives, click here.

Creating solutions for New York families in transition

Kramer Kozek LLP helps New York metro area families find the solutions they need to successfully resolve their differences during separation and divorce. Call the firm today at 914.683.3500 or use the online contact form to schedule an initial consultation.

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