A collaborative divorce stands on the ground that couples are the ones that should make decisions for their families. Negotiation can be more effective and pleasant for some couples than court proceedings when ending a marriage.
For couples who can work together (even though their attorneys), collaborative divorce has many benefits, mainly because it can help people resolve their divorce case rapidly and efficiently and ultimately move on with their lives without the additional time and expense associated with contested divorces.
What are after all the benefits of Collaborative Divorce in Arizona?
They include (but are not necessarily limited to):
- Minimizing the costs of the divorce process – Mainly because your case will be driven with settlement in mind.
- The spouses are in control of the process – Being different from divorce cases that proceed through court, with collaborative divorce, you will be the one who makes the crucial decisions regarding your children, your assets, etc. You will work with your former partner over these sensitive matters.
- Maintaining privacy: Divorces that proceed through the court are a matter of public record. Meanwhile, collaborative divorces are not public records, but confidential. This is a huge benefit, especially for divorce matters that involve sensitive information and issues.
Reppucci and Roeder’s legal team is committed to helping each client achieve the most favorable resolution possible in their divorce case. We help ease the stress of divorce and will guide you through the process.
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Ryan Reppucci is the managing partner at Reppucci & Roeder and is recognized as one of Phoenix’s leading family law attorneys. After graduating from Arizona State with the highest honors and inclusion in America’s most prestigious student honor societies, Ryan attended the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. His career as a law student was decorated with numerous awards, including the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Book Award, nomination for membership in Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, as well as Moot Court.
Ryan began his law career in the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in various roles with America’s busiest criminal court systems. His success in these roles led to a clerkship with a leading criminal defense firm. Recognizing that his passion was in helping families, Ryan chose to move back to his native hometown of Phoenix, Arizona, where he began his practice in Family and Domestic Relations Law. Throughout his career, Ryan has stayed committed to excellence, service to others, and integrity within the legal profession. As part of his mantra of service to others, Ryan has served as Judge Pro Tempore for the Maricopa County Superior Court and regularly teaches as an adjunct law professor with Arizona Summit Law School.