Have you ever heard someone whose case went to trial talk about how wonderful it is to have private financial matters reviewed and discussed in detail in open court? Or how terrific it is to have the doors of their private family lives with their children flung wide open for everyone to scrutinize? Of course not!
People who value their privacy — whether it be details of their financial wealth, their business, their income, or their personal lives — recognize that divorce litigation results in a significant and often painful invasion of that privacy which cannot be undone once it has occurred. No one wants to learn that a business competitor or a future potential employer or an identity thief has found that court testimony. No one wants to learn that the nosy neighbor down the street (or someone with worse intentions) has uncovered private family information by perusing the trial transcript.
Many of our firm’s clients come to us because they do not want to risk losing their privacy. Our firm offers a full menu of alternatives to litigation which are better able to protect our clients’ privacy.
If privacy matters to you, learn about the available alternatives to divorce litigation before it is too late.