COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE

Breaking up is hard to do, but it doesn't have to be war!

What's Collaborative Divorce?

Divorce in Erie, PA

Breaking up is hard to do, but it doesn't have to be war! In fact, if you play your cards right, it can be a downright peaceful experience. What's more, collaborative divorce is less stressful, faster and generally less expensive than "traditional divorce" or courtroom litigation.

Collaborative law is non-adversarial. Meaning, you don't fight against your spouse to win an advantage. This doesn't mean you'll agree on everything. The foundation of the Collaborative approach is to help you and your spouse find solutions to your disputes -- child custody, the amount of spousal support or who gets the family home, for example -- without going to court.


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"Zanita will serve as both your counselor and mediator while providing you with excellent legal advice and representation from beginning to end.  Her many years of experience, as well as her passion and wealth of knowledge of the law will provide you with stability to navigate through the complexity and difficulties associated with a divorce.  I would highly recommend her services to anyone in need of an outstanding attorney who is timely, professional and responsive to meeting all of their client's needs." - Melissa S. 8/31/16

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A word from "Z"

For over 40 years I have dedicated my practice to ably and effectively representing families in conflict and/or in crisis. My goal has always been to provide effective, thorough, caring, and creative family law solutions. My primary aim is to resolve cases favorably for clients without the costly necessity for court intervention. I truly look forward to an opportunity to meet with you and discuss what collaborative law is all about and why it's a better way to divorce that's sweeping the nation.

FAMILY LAW SOLUTIONS

Free Initial Consultation
  • Child Custody & Parenting Plans
  • Child Support & Expenses
  • Division of Property
  • Spousal Support & Alimony
  • Post Nuptial Agreements