Litigation is by nature adversarial, with each party and their attorney advocating for their separate interests. However, we have found that the most satisfactory approach is to search for common ground and craft reasonable, realistic solutions to which both parties can agree. If agreement cannot be accomplished, these reasonable and realistic solutions will often win in Court.

In litigation, many divorces proceed through the following sequential steps. (Cases that are settled or resolved in mediation do not proceed to trial.)

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