What is Collaborative Divorce?

July and August are humid, sticky months in Florida. If your relationship is no longer hot and steamy you may want to consider a collaborative divorce. During the month of July, collaborative divorce was officially recognized by both Florida statute and Florida family rules of procedure. On July 31st, 2017, collaborative divorce was formally recognized by both the legislature and the Florida supreme court as a viable alternative form of divorce resolution. “You will want to find the best attorney to represent you through the process”, says board certified marital and family law attorney, Charles D. Jameson.

The Florida Supreme Court has approved family law rule procedure, as well as a rule of ethics regarding how the collaborative process should work, and how attorneys should govern themselves while participating in a collaborative divorce case. With this formal recognition, collaborative divorce now becomes a recognized and approved alternative to the traditional litigation divorce. Upholding family rights and defending against injustices, the law firm of Charles D. Jameson PA can answer any questions you may have about divorce or legal separation. They understand that it is an extremely sensitive and important issue and they are there to assist you.