• Collaborative Divorce:
Collaborative Divorce cases bring forth a cooperative and collaborative process between both parties in an effort to resolve differences and disputes in an amicable, non-combative manner. Once the details are ironed out, Ercolano Law will draft the formal agreement that finalizes the process.
• Limited Divorce:
This is a legal separation that gives the couple time to arrange their finances, property division, child custody and child support issues. During a limited divorce process, the couples cannot live together but they remain married.
• Simplified Divorce / Summary Dissolution:
With Dissolution, it means that it most cases, the following points have been worked out: Child Support, Division of Property(ies), Parental Rights, Payment of Attorney(s), Payments of Debt(s), Residential Parent(s), Spousal Support, Visitation(s). When couples agree to a summary dissolution, it will be up to each of them to represent themselves in court. Ercolano Law can review the terms of agreement and help you understand what you are entitled to before you sign the paperwork required by the courts.