In publishing the guide, I’m hopeful that increased awareness will enable this powerful method to become a mainstream alternative for couples considering divorce.
Raleigh, North Carolina (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
Mark A. Springfield, Raleigh divorce lawyer and founder of Springfield Collaborative Divorce, has more than 28 years of legal experience and over a decade of collaborative divorce method expertise that was brought to bear in publishing the North Carolina Guide to Collaborative Divorce Proceedings.
North Carolina Family Law provides for a legal alternative to divorce court proceedings called Collaborative Law Proceedings. Springfield remarks, “The collaborative law statute has actually been on the books for ten years, but the statute is little known. In publishing the guide, I’m hopeful that increased awareness will enable this powerful method to become a mainstream alternative for couples considering divorce.”
Springfield and his law partner Kerry Burleigh, J.D. published the guide to serve as a tool to educate North Carolina couples considering separation or divorce as well as to serve as an aide for professionals who often provide guidance to these couples including lawyers, therapists, CPAs, financial planners, and clergy. “If you or your spouse is considering separation, ask a divorce attorney if utilizing the collaborative method, a legal alternative, is suitable for your family circumstances,” Springfield comments.
In publishing the North Carolina Guide to Collaborative Divorce Proceedings, Springfield co-authored the guide with Burleigh, Michael Kothakota, CFA, CDFA, a financial specialist at WolfBridge Financial, and Brian Mackey, Ph.D., a Collaborative Divorce child specialist and licensed psychologist at 3-C Family Services.
How to order the North Carolina Guide To Collaborative Divorce Proceedings:
Publisher: Springfield Collaborative Divorce
To order: SpringfieldCollaborativeDivorce.com/ncguide
Distribution: Digital download
Springfield began focusing his law practice on the Collaborative Divorce method more than a decade ago. Springfield, a pioneer in adopting this significantly less damaging legal approach to divorce, is among the most experienced Collaborative Divorce attorneys in the Unites States. In April 2012, Springfield’s firm expanded to include Kerry Burleigh, also an experienced Collaborative Divorce attorney.
About Springfield Collaborative Divorce
Springfield Collaborative Divorce, located in Raleigh – Durham, provides family law services for divorcing couples throughout North Carolina. The firm’s philosophy is simple – couples can divorce with dignity and ensure respect, integrity, and kindness in the process. To view profiles of the firm’s attorneys, please visit http://www.springfieldcollaborativedivorce.com. For more information visit the website or call 919-573-4848 to schedule a confidential consultation.
For more please call Kerry Burleigh, J.D. at 919-573-4848.
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