Westchester Divorce Lawyer
Arnold D. Cribari, Esq.
Litigation when necessary.
Mediation and collaborative practice put you – the client – in the driver’s seat of the divorce process. You don’t have to give up control; you can be an active participant in creating a divorce settlement that meets the needs and concerns of you and your divorcing spouse. You can put the needs of your children first; you can reduce or even eliminate their exposure to conflict. You don’t have to spend all of your savings on a divorce. And you can keep your family’s matters private and out of the public court records. For more information on the advantages of mediation and collaborative divorce, click here.
In a small percentage of divorce cases, litigation is necessary. If, after an initial consultation, we believe that litigation is warranted in your situation, we will let you know. But, more often than not, we will recommend mediation or collaborative. For a comparison of a collaborative divorce to a litigated (adversarial, court-based) divorce, click here.
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