Tyler, Texas, Collaborative Divorce
No one knows what is best for you and your children better than you. The collaborative law process is designed to help you and your spouse work out the terms of your divorce and any family law issues.
At the Law Office of Milissa C. Barrick, P.C., we can represent you throughout the collaborative law process. We act as advisors and counselors, helping you protect your interests and make informed decisions throughout the divorce process.
For a free, confidential consultation to discuss your divorce or family law matter or to determine if a collaborative divorce is right for your situation, call (903) 533-0008 to speak with experienced family law attorney Milissa Barrick.
The Benefits of Collaborative Divorce
A collaborative divorce is less expensive and typically faster and less stressful on you and your children than divorce litigation.
The success of the collaborative law process is based on providing incentives to the parties to work out their differences. One incentive is an agreement between the attorneys and the parties that if the process breaks down, the lawyers in the collaborative divorce cannot represent their clients in subsequent divorce litigation.
The Collaborative Divorce process can be used to resolve:
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support and Alimony
- Division of Property
In addition to collaborative divorce, we can assist you with post-divorce modifications and modifying your will or estate plan to reflect the change in your family structure.
We understand that collaborative law is not for everyone. If your spouse will not be reasonable or if you are determined to draw out your divorce, the collaborative law process will not work. In that case, we can assist you in divorce litigation, as long as we did not try the collaborative divorce process first.
Contact Us — The Law Office of Milissa C. Barrick
Our East Texas law firm offers an initial consultation at no cost to provide you with the opportunity to learn how Ms. Barrick can assist you with your family law or divorce matter. Call (903) 533-0008, or you may send an e-mail. Legal help is only a click away. Contact Us.
We represent clients in East Texas, including Smith county and the cities of Tyler, Flint, Bullard, Whitehouse, and Chandler, Gregg county and the city of Longview, Henderson county and the city of Athens, Cherokee county and the city of Jacksonville, Rusk county and the city of Henderson, Upshur county and the city of Gilmer, Wood County and the city of Quitman, Van Zandt county and the city of Canton, and Anderson county and the city of Palestine.