Divorce Can Be A Messy, Emotionally Charged, Expensive Experience
Contested family law property matters can cost between $40,000 and $150,000 and take between 2 to 3 years to get a full court hearing. And there’s no guarantee you’ll get what you think is a fair outcome.
Add to this the emotional upheaval for everyone concerned, especially if you have children.
Litigation inevitably breeds antagonism, confrontation, anger and resentment as you fight over who gets what. And in the end only the lawyers win as they get paid no matter what. The more you fight it out, the bigger your legal bills and the less left over for you at the end of the day.
Wouldn’t it be better to get on with your life and not sacrifice this much time, money and peace of mind?
There is a better way and it is available to you right now.
Our Dispute Resolution Experts have pioneered a unique 8 step process which manages and resolves property settlement disputes for couples who choose to avoid divisive and competitive litigation.
Working together we help you come up with your own settlement agreement within 2-3 months, for no more than $6,000 all up in most cases.
Compare that to the $150,000 a court case could cost you! And we are successful 9 times out of 10.
We don’t act for either party alone.
We are engaged by both of you as neutral dispute resolution experts. We help you in creative ways come up with a sensible, workable solution you both consider is a better outcome than taking your chances in Court.
Our unique 8 step process begins by deescalating and containing the dispute so that you are both ready and prepared to work with us in a constructive and cooperative way.
We then help both parties identify and consider the key principles, issues and interests relevant to resolving the dispute. We then carefully guide your negotiations towards an agreement you are both happy with it, and that will be approved by the Court.
Take control, and let us help you work this out without litigation. Remember, if our process doesn’t work for you, you are still free to go to Court and leave it to a judge to decide what is fair and just.
However we are successful in 9 cases out of every 10.
What have you got to lose?