GREENVILLE, N.C. (PRWEB) August 26, 2018
Thursday, September 21st, 2018 will be an exciting milestone for the collaborative divorce attorneys Gib Irons, Ben G. Irons II, Will Reaves, Misty Waldroup, and Allison Surratt, as they'll be celebrating their 11th business anniversary at Irons & Irons P.A. law firm, located in beautiful Greenville, NC.
History of the Greenville Collaborative Divorce Attorneys' Practice
Attorney Gib Irons and his father Attorney Ben G. Irons founded Irons & Irons P.A. in 2007. Initially, only three professionals worked at the firm. Today, 11 years later, the firm's team is more than twice the size that it once was. Irons & Irons P.A. are proud members of the Greenville-Pitt Chamber of Commerce located in Greenville, NC, The North Carolina Advocates of Justice, The North Carolina Bar Association, and, last but not least, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Irons & Irons P.A. takes pride in educating and helping clients make the best decisions during strenuous times. By helping education law matters and family law matters, specifically collaborative divorce, the law firm has established a reputation for being helpful, honest, and well-versed. Collaborative divorce is method of divorcing that works as an alternative to traditional divorce proceedings in that it encourages joint action, synergy, and coordination instead of confrontation. Once broken down, it’s easy to see how collaborative divorce allows a couple to end their marriage with mutual grace and poise while also ensuring that there is an inherent level of regard for one another and truthfulness throughout the divorce process. This is more of a mediation between the two parties that ends in a compromise and ultimately, becomes a better outcome for the children and the family.
Irons & Irons P.A. has a great understanding of the pros associated with successful collaborative divorce. Our experienced attorneys have a great understanding of what we’re fighting for and the ramifications the decisions you’re faced with now have for your future and the future of your family. When you are facing a divorce or family law matter, you need to know that your rights are being protected and that the choices you are making will leave you well situated for the future.