Austin Family Law Blog

Litigate or Collaborate? Either way, as long as you Negotiate.

by | Dec 22, 2011 | General

It is a mistake to think having your day in Court will get you what you want. Your best bet is to negotiate a settlement, because the Court cannot and will not take the time necessary to really understand the details of your family or property. Most likely, a Court’s ruling will be a cookie-cutter solution that you will not be happy with. Custom sophisticated settlements can be aggressive and bold, and Court should be a last resort.

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