The Law Offices of Stephanie A. Foster, P.C. is devoted to the practice of family law. Stephanie Foster is knowledgeable in all aspects of the divorce process, including child custody, support and visitation, enforcement and modification of orders, and division of assets. A skilled litigator, she successfully appealed a family law case that rose to the Texas Supreme Court. Stephanie Foster excels at collaborative law, mediation, arbitration, stepparent adoptions, modifications, paternity and a variety of other family law matters.
COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE LAWYER
When Stephanie Foster files a divorce case on your behalf, a process server delivers a divorce suit to your soon-to-be ex-spouse. With it, the attorney includes an information packet explaining that an amicable settlement may be reached quickly and without court appearances, using collaborative law. A collaborative divorce is one in which each party agrees to hire a collaborative lawyer. The divorcing parties sign a contract in which they agree to cooperate to negotiate the terms of their divorce without court intervention through a series of collaborative meetings. Each party must disclose their financial information. As a collaborative law attorney, Stephanie Foster must investigate the value of the marital estate, but ultimately her thorough research saves time and money by yielding a more rapid settlement of the case without a courtroom battle. Collaborative law can help men and women reach workable solutions in every aspect of their divorce, including child custody, support and visitation as well as the division of assets and debts. It is a way to divorce with dignity without any courts and without any war.
Stephanie Foster, who has extensive training in dispute resolution and mediation, is a skilled collaborative law attorney whose office serves Arlington, Mansfield, Fort Worth and other cities in Tarrant County. She is active in professional associations of collaborative lawyers and encourages her colleagues to train in this growing area of law. In a collaborative divorce, lawyers with collaborative law training must represent both parties.
PRACTICE AREA OVERVIEW Divorce - Collaborative Law - Collaborative Law vs. Litigation - Child Custody & Support - Protective Orders - Temporary Orders - Enforcement/Modification of Orders - Parentage & Paternity - Spousal Support - Mediation - High Asset Equitable Distribution - Adoption