Going Through Divorce? You Have Options
One of the most important decisions a client will make when starting a divorce is what divorce process or processes will be used. Each process has unique features and each is suitable for some but not all people.
For those who would like legal representation and a dignified and respectful process outside of court, Collaborative Law should be investigated.
For others who believe they and their spouse can reach agreement with the help of a neutral facilitator, mediation may be an important option.
Where dispute resolution is quite difficult, and a third-party decision-maker such as a judge may be needed, court based processes may be essential. Even when court involvement is required, court ordered evaluative settlement processes such as a Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE) or a Financial Early Neutral Evaluation (FENE) may be successful. Linda is able to use her understanding of the litigation process to help clients achieve positive outcomes in such evaluative settlement processes.
Where settlement is not possible, Linda is an effective and respected litigator and can help determine the best option for you, including:
- Collaborative Law
- Social Early Neutral Evaluation
- Financial Early Neutral Evaluation
- Negotiated Settlement
Trusted Legal Counsel For Any Minnesota Divorce
Any given case can use more than one divorce process. No matter which process or processes you use for your divorce, attorney Linda K. Wray will strive to represent you with skill and integrity, while honoring your values. Call 952-236-4072 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting.