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Collaborative Law Austin, TX

Collaborative Divorce Attorney in Austin, TX

Family law proceedings are complicated and challenging processes, but they do not always have to be. Whether the proceeding is a divorce proceeding, a suit affecting the parent-child relationship (issues between parents who were not married, “SAPCR”) proceeding or a modification proceeding, the Morrison Law Firm offers you their 29+ years of experience to guide you through them. The legal team at the Morrison Law Firm firmly believes in the power of alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve family law issues. These might include mediation.   One other option is called Collaborative Law. Attorney Greg Morrison is not only trained in the Collaborative process, but he is also a firm advocate. A collaborative divorce is one where the parties choose to work outside the court system to try to resolve their issues between themselves with the assistance of attorneys and oftentimes a neutral mental health care provider and a neutral financial advisor.


The Morrison Law Firm believes the Collaborative approach to divorce can promote healthier communication and works in the best interests of everyone involved, especially the children. Furthermore, this process will alleviate much of the physical and emotional exertion associated with the courtroom process it helps avoid, as well as potentially lower the overall expense. We will ensure your interests are fully protected in this process.  Collaborative Law is also a method to keep discrete matters private and specifics about the parties’ assets and/or debts out of the public record.


Are you interested in speaking to a trusted, collaborative family law attorney? Contact us to schedule a consultation.


Tell me More About a Collaborative Divorce.


Collaborative law addresses virtually any contested issue in a family law case – from sensitive matters of child custody and visitation to dividing marital assets and debts, if in a divorce.


In a collaborative divorce, spouses and their attorneys agree to resolve conflicts civilly through meetings held out of court. The process is faster, can be less expensive, and provides you with more control over the outcome. 


If the Collaborative Law approach does not succeed in resolving all issues involved, then the Collaborative Law attorneys representing all parties must be dismissed and new counsel obtained by each party before proceeding with a traditional divorce in court. Therefore, choosing to take a Collaborative Law approach to divorce provides an incentive to everyone concerned to settle conflicts without hostility or revenge. Also, this process gives the clients, rather than the courts, control over negotiations, and the case overall.


Choose Collaborative Family Law for Your Divorce


If you are ready for a more respectful, peaceful, and civilized dissolution to your marriage, attorney Greg Morrison can help.  Learn more about Collaborative Law and how it can help during this challenging time by contacting us online or calling (512) 328-3030.


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Comprehensive, Creative, Trusted Family Law Help

Our family law team brings extensive experience to the table, which enables us to provide a wide range of advice and representation regarding family law matters, such as:


At the Morrison Law Firm, we achieve faster, less-costly results with less stress and more respect for everyone's emotional well-being. If resolution is only possible in court, we will ensure your rights and interests remain the focus of our efforts on your behalf there as well.

Texas family law attorney serving communities throughout Central Texas


Whether it is divorce, alimony, domestic violence, prenuptial agreements, or other family law concerns, trusted family lawyer Greg Morrison can make a difference in your life. 


Please call (512) 328-3030 or contact us here to schedule a confidential, comprehensive, initial consultation today.


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