Divorce is disruptive enough for children of divorce without their parents involved in heated disputes. As a result, I take the approach and utilize what I call the three C’s of Divorce with my clients and opposing counsel. Communication, Cooperation and Clarification.
I strive on providing ongoing communication to both my clients and opposing counsel. Returning telephone calls, emails and texts in imperative to the success of any case. Sharing case filings and new developments is essential to the ongoing steps towards ultimate resolution of the matter.
I ask my clients and opposing counsel alike to cooperate as we move through a difficult path towards the ultimate resolution of the case. I treat my clients and opposing counsel with the utmost respect and try to continue to cooperate with the needs of my clients and opposing counsel in a case.
I feel it is of utmost importance to not only identify but clarify the goals and potential obstacles that may arise in a case. My clients’ goals are identified during the initial consultation. Goals may change, and usually do change, as we move through the case. Therefore, it is important to continually identify and clarify the case goals and issues while working with opposing counsel or the opposing party in a matter.