Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkreutz & Conway PC LLO
Home/About Us Home/About Us Press & Media Press & Media Attorneys Attorneys Practice Areas Practice Areas Site Map Site Map Email Directory Email Directory Info Info Links Links Make Payment Make Payment COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE & MEDIATION
Collaborative practice is a voluntary dispute resolution process.  The parties settle without litigating their issues in court.  Trained professionals assist you in negotiating a mutually agreeable, durable settlement without the cost and time commitment of litigation.  Specialists are brought in on financial, communication and children’s issues that need to be resolved.  This is a relatively new area in Nebraska for resolving divorce cases and it is encouraged that you discuss this as a potential option for your divorce.  For more information visit the collaborative divorce website for Nebraska.  Additional information is available on the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals website. Click here for a recent article discussing collaborative divorce.  We also have trained mediators that can help resolve your contested legal issues in all areas of civil law, not just divorce.  We encourage you to contact us to see if our service would be right for you.  Mediation is another method of resolving disputes without going to court. Call or email today for an initial consultation with one of our Omaha attorneys that practice collaborative divorce.  Payment plans may be an option.
Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkreutz & Conway PC LLO
Home/About Us Home/About Us Contact Form Contact Form Press & Media Press & Media Attorneys Attorneys Practice Areas Practice Areas Site Map Site Map Email Directory Email Directory Info Info Links Links Make Payment Make Payment COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE & MEDIATION
Collaborative practice is a voluntary dispute resolution process.  The parties settle without litigating their issues in court.  Trained professionals assist you in negotiating a mutually agreeable, durable settlement without the cost and time commitment of litigation.  Specialists are brought in on financial, communication and children’s issues that need to be resolved.  This is a relatively new area in Nebraska for resolving divorce cases and it is encouraged that you discuss this as a potential option for your divorce.  For more information visit the collaborative divorce website for Nebraska.  Additional information is available on the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals website. Click here for a recent article discussing collaborative divorce.  We also have trained mediators that can help resolve your contested legal issues in all areas of civil law, not just divorce.  We encourage you to contact us to see if our service would be right for you.  Mediation is another method of resolving disputes without going to court. Call or email today for an initial consultation with one of our Omaha attorneys that practice collaborative divorce.  Payment plans may be an option.
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