When a divorcing couple cannot come to certain agreements during the divorce process, a speedier alternative to litigated divorce is arbitrated divorce.
Arbitrated divorces are often finalized more quickly and for less money. In a litigated divorce, individuals fight in court for what they believe they are entitled to. In an arbitrated divorce, a private judge hears the situations of both individuals and makes the decision from there. Although arbitration involves a judge, it does not take place in court.
For many, divorce arbitration offers a more amicable venue for each partner to express their needs and wants. This amicability is partially what makes divorce arbitration a desirable option, as families may be able to retain a less hostile relationship with their divorced partner; at least more so than with a litigated divorce.
The Colleyville divorce lawyers at Alexander & Associates understand the many complications that may arise in process of divorce; we can help you protect your rights and help you secure your future finances. To speak with one of our lawyers today, please call 817-756-4040.