Tom Marks and Dexter Sanders Discuss Family Law and Collaborative Divorce

Collaboratively-trained Family Law Attorney Tom Marks recently spoke with Back 2 God’s radio host, Dexter Sanders. For those who missed part one of their conversation, CLICK HERE to check it out. Dexter was interested in learning more about how Attorney Tom Marks navigates Family Law cases as a Christian Attorney. Tom Marks was eager to […]

Are You an Ideal Client for the Collaborative Process in Orlando, Florida?

Is your Orlando Family Law case related to a Divorce or Paternity matter? Do you and the other party involved have common goals regarding the resolution of your case? Would you both be interested in handling this matter privately and outside of Court? If you answered YES to the above questions, let’s explore the Collaborative […]

How to Save Money During the Collaborative Divorce Process in Orlando Florida

Divorce and Family Law matters can be emotionally and financially draining. Especially considering that each case has varying timelines. In recent years, a new way to navigate these turbulent waters while saving money and preserving your relationships exists: Collaborative Law. At The Marks Law Firm, P.A., our experienced Family Law Attorneys in Orlando understand the […]

Choosing Between Mediation or the Collaborative Process in a Central Florida Family Law Case

When facing Family Law matters in Central Florida, such as Divorce, Timesharing (commonly known as Child Custody), Paternity, etc. it’s essential to explore your options for resolving these issues. Two popular alternative dispute resolution methods available in Florida are Mediation and Collaborative Law. While both approaches aim to reach an amicable resolution without involving Litigation, […]

Litigation vs Collaborative Divorce in Orlando Florida

In a Divorce process, couples typically have two main options: Litigation or the Collaborative Law Process. Each approach has its own set of pros and cons, and Collaborative Divorce is often considered a better option for avoiding an acrimonious divorce and for maintaining a healthy family dynamic. Let’s explore the advantages and disadvantages of both […]

What is the Difference Between Collaborative and Cooperative Law?

Divorce cases can often be portrayed as contentious based on what we see in the media and on television. For spouses who are interested in an amicable resolution, there are options outside of going to Court. You may have heard of the Collaborative Process as well as Cooperative Law. Perhaps you would like to know […]

Communicating with the Neutrals in a Collaborative Case

Florida’s Collaborative Process is a neutral process where both parties agree on an alternative to litigation. Potential candidates for Collaborative Law include spouses and unmarried parents who have at least some common goals, a genuine desire to protect their minor children from the Divorce process, as well as those who are intentional about being solution-focused. […]

What to Expect in the First Collaborative Team Meeting

As a Family Law Client who chooses to proceed with your case by utilizing the Collaborative Process in Florida, you may be curious about what will happen in the first meeting. Remember, Collaborative Law is a voluntary process. Both you and your spouse will work with Collaboratively trained Family Law Attorneys who will prepare you […]

Collaborative Law: A Brief History and Overview

Florida’s Collaborative Law Process Act came to be in 2016, but the original concept for Collaborative Law came from Minnesota by an Attorney named Stuart Webb in 1990. He realized the importance of personal relationships in the legal process. Attorney Webb believed the litigation process could be harmful to spouses and families. Did you know, […]

What Happens When a Christian Husband Wants a Divorce?

In marriage, sometimes we go through difficult seasons. Life as Christians does not mean that we won’t experience trials or endure challenges. Perhaps you have been trying to work on your relationship for months or even years. Even still, you have reached a breaking point and feel like you don’t love your wife anymore. Divorce […]