Collaborative Divorce Attorneys’ Business Anniversary Number 11!
Greenville, NC- Collaborative Divorce Attorney Gib Irons and his partners celebrate yet another business anniversary.
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Greenville, NC - Oct 30, 2018 - In 2007, Irons & Irons P.A. was founded in Greenville, NC. Focusing on numerous areas of law including collaborative divorce, family law, education law, and personal injury, Gib Irons and his father Ben G. Irons have built something truly special. 11 years after inception, the firm’s team is more than twice the size that it once was and continues to grow more as time goes on. The seasoned professionals at 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. Gib Irons takes pride in remaining very active within the Pitt County community and, along with that, also volunteers with the Habitat for Humanity, assists with sponsoring Pitt County’s athletic teams, and participates in numerous galas and walks for causes in which he deeply believes in. Gib is currently on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity in Pitt County.
The well-versed legal professionals at Irons & Irons P.A. truly take pride in educating and guiding clients to make the most reasonable decisions during stressful 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.
What is a Collaborative Divorce?
Collaborative divorce is a 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 dissected, it’s simple to understand how collaborative divorce allows a couple to end their marriage with mutual grace and poise while also confirming that there is a fundamental 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.
How effective is Collaborative Divorce?
While there is no guarantee that two parties will pragmatically resolve each of their differences by using this process, it safe to say that we have facilitated many more positive collaborative divorce outcomes as opposed to negative ones. Thus, studies have shown that participating parties are typically more satisfied and committed to agreements that have been established through their own equal and mutual efforts rather than court orders. If you have any questions, contact your Greenville NC collaborative divorce attorney today in order to schedule your initial consultation.
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