Collaborative law is the legal process allowing couples who have decided to end their marriage or separate, avoid the uncertain outcomes of court. It can be used for a broad range of family law issues such as divorce and pre and post-martial agreements. It allows parties to have a fair settlement that meets the needs of both parties and their children.
Meditation is a form of alternative dispute resolution resolving a dispute between two or more parties. It allows both parties to be heard using specialized communication and negation techniques. Lisa Browning is a trained mediator whose goal is to promote positive communication and reach a solution focused on the needs, rights, and interests of both parties.
Settlement out of court can be the best option for your divorce to save you time and money as well as heartache and frustration. Going to court is a stressful process; a settlement out of court allows both parties to resolve disputes in a binding agreement, known as a Matrimonial Settlement Agreement
Sometimes heading to court is your only option and if that is the situation with your case. There are various aspects of your matter that you may end up just not being able to settle. This could include one or more of the following: custody and parenting time, child support, alimony and equitable distribution.
After a divorce or family law matter is complete issues arise or changed circumstances can warrant altercation that may require legal advice called post-judgment matters. Lisa Browning Law is here to help you continue fighting for you and your family through all stages of family law matters to ensure enforcement of agreements, alimony, child support, and more.
No one plans for their marriage to fail, but with our help, you can plan the terms of a potential future divorce. At Lisa Browning is here to help you create a highly personalized and legally valid prenuptial agreement to protect your assets, interests, and future.
A healthcare directive allows you to express your preferences concerning medical treatment in an extreme medical situation. It helps you express your wishes so your loved ones don't have to guess or assume what you would want.
A power of attorney allows one or more persons to act on your behalf. Lisa Browning understands that a power of attorney is a crucial part of planning for future healthcare and financial decisions; she is here to help you make the right decisions for you and your family.