A Better way to Divorce
Paul stressed that Christians must settle their disputes out of Court, I Cor. 6:1-6 and Romans 12:18:
“6 If any of you have a dispute with another Christian, how dare you go before heathen judges instead of letting God’s people settle the matter? 2 Don’t you know that God’s people will judge the world? Well, then, if you are to judge the world, aren’t you capable of judging small matters? 3 Do you not know that we shall judge the angels? How much more, then, the things of this life! 4 If such matters come up, are you going to take them to be settled by people who have no standing in the church? 5 Shame on you! Surely there is at least one wise person in your fellowship who can settle a dispute between fellow Christians. 6 Instead, one Christian goes to court against another and lets unbelievers judge the case!”
“18 Do everything possible on our part to live in peace with everybody.”
Christians unfortunately get divorced. How do you want to conclude your divorce, especially where there are children? The best way to resolve your divorce as a Christian is out of court through negotiation, mediation or collaborative divorce.
Divorcing couples are now demanding other solutions to resolve their divorce rather than litigation; they are tired of fighting things out in divorce court. Divorce itself can be a sad and stressful life experience. However, the traditional court process may compound the distress, create uncertainty, and be costly. When children are involved, the stakes are even higher. Couples now seek a better way to resolve their case amicably and with respect.
Alan Rosenak utilizes the alternative tools of negotiation, mediation, or collaborative divorce – whichever is best suited to your situation. In this process, spouses participate in a respectful, problem solving and non-combative environment. This results in constructive, creative and meaningful financial and legal divorce solutions that you and your family want, without having courts decide issues.
Divorce itself is an unpleasant life experience. However, by utilizing the non-adversarial processes of negotiation,mediation or collaborative divorce, you can find comfort knowing that you will find support from our team; you will be able to have your needs and goals heard, the special qualities of your family considered, and your options discussed and mutually incorporated into your carefully crafted Agreement.
Not all divorces can be resolved through these alternative methods. However, if you want to consider the benefits of these alternatives, contact Alan today for your family law attorney needs in Kansas.