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Helping You Make Smart Decisions In Your Divorce

Not every divorce needs to be an expensive, time-consuming battle. In fact, at The Law Office of Marvin Knorr & Associates, we believe a collaborative approach often yields the strongest and longest-lasting agreements for divorcing couples.

Our Kentucky attorneys offer detailed and hands-on legal counsel at every stage of the divorce process. We can help you outline your goals and negotiate a fair agreement for your divorce, addressing complex issues such as asset division, child custody, child support and alimony. While we prioritize collaboration between spouses, we always stand firmly by our clients, working toward an outcome that protects your rights and sets you and your family up for success.

Why You Should Approach Your Divorce Collaboratively

Collaborative divorce does not necessarily come without conflict. Many issues in divorce require careful negotiation, especially when children and substantial amounts of assets are involved. A collaborative approach allows both parties to work together to find a resolution that fits both sides’ needs, often resulting in an agreement that minimizes future conflict and allows both parties to move forward with their lives.

Compared to a more traditional divorce, collaborative divorces tend to cost less, take less time to resolve and put less of an emotional strain on each party. By negotiating in earnest and looking for middle ground, couples can often avoid unnecessary court appearances and lengthy legal battles. And since the outcome takes both sides’ interests into account, the agreement tends to last longer and require fewer (if any) modifications in the future.

Schedule Your Consultation To Learn More

With experience in estate and business law, our lawyers are uniquely qualified to provide holistic representation that leaves you in the best position to begin your life’s next chapter. This can include changes to ownership in your family business, updates to your family’s estate plan and more.

To learn more about your options for collaborative divorce, schedule your consultation at our Covington office to get started. Call 859-495-1857 or contact us online to make an appointment.