Leander
512-610-6199
8911 N. Capital of Texas Highway
Building 2, Suite 2105, Austin, TX 78759

Leander, TX Divorce Attorney

Lawyers Serving Leander TX Clients With Child Custody, Support and Alimony Legal Matters

Leander Texas Family Law Lawyer

Just because your marriage is ending does not mean that you have to go to war with your spouse. The best resolution to any divorce, particularly those in which children are involved, is an amicable one. A collaborative divorce allows couples to work out their issues cooperatively and avoid the drama and stress of litigation. At The Law Offices of William D. Powers, we are experienced in collaborative law. Attorney Bill Powers is a Certified Collaborative Attorney skilled in guiding clients towards a successful and amicable divorce resolution.

Collaborative Divorce in Leander and Williamson County

When a couple decides to pursue a collaborative divorce they must agree not to go to court or threaten to go to court. Both parties must be committed to reaching a mutual agreement, or the process will not work. If an agreement cannot be reached, the couple is free pursue litigation, but each party must seek other counsel. Consequently, collaborative lawyers have an incentive to facilitate the process to the greatest extent possible.

In a collaborative divorce, your attorney will represent you throughout the negotiations. We will assist you in preparing all necessary documentation, help strategize to retain the property that is of most value to you, seek assistance from outside professionals such as accountants and financial planners, and generally guide you through the process. With years of collaborative law experience, we understand how this process works and how we can assist our clients most effectively in the following divorce matters:

Benefits of Collaborative Divorce

The most obvious benefit of collaborative divorce is that it prevents fighting between spouses and all of the stress and anxiety that comes along with it. When couples approach divorce with a spirit of teamwork rather than as adversaries, it is less likely that the divorce will become a contentious dispute. Additionally, collaborative divorce costs less, takes less time, preserves the privacy of all involved, and allows parents to maintain a cooperative relationship as they co-parent in the future.

To learn more about collaborative divorce or to discuss other options for divorce, call 512-610-6199 or contact us online to schedule a consultation. We will explain all of your options for marriage dissolution and discuss our recommendations for moving forward. Our firm represents clients in Leander and throughout Travis and Williamson County.

The Law Offices of William D. Powers

8911 N. Capital of Texas Highway, Building 2, Suite 2105, Austin, TX 78759