Collaborative Divorce Law

Askew Legal understands the sensitivities and is well-equipped to handle a full range of divorce matters, from the simplest questions to complex and sophisticated asset calculations, high-conflict divorces and issues of domestic violence.
No matter what you face — or how it may affect your family — you can turn to Askew Legal for representation based on in-depth knowledge in this area.  The
firm, located in Flower Mound, serves clients in the Flower Mound, Highland Village, Lewisville area as well as surrounding communities. 
Guiding clients every step of the way, Askew Legal helps clients address a full range of issues related to contested and uncontested divorce, including:

    • Child custody and visitation
    • Child support
    • Alimony and spousal support
    • Property division
    • Pre and Post Nuptual Agreement

Stephanie Askew takes a collaborative approach to family law matters when possible.* In collaborative law, spouses and their attorneys agree to resolve divorce-related issues out of court. Often, they consult with financial and parenting experts who can help them make good decisions about what is right for their families.

How Will My Divorce Affect My Children?

When it comes to their children, many parents make decisions based on fear. They worry that they will lose contact with their kids, that the divorce will cause emotional harm or that the child support calculated will cause financial hardship.
Askew Legal never runs up fear just for fees. Instead, the client is empowered to make the decisions that are best for their children and their future. Often, this means taking a collaborative approach, negotiating a child custody and visitation arrangement on your own terms.
If you need legal help, please do not hesitate to contact the firm and speak with a lawyer. Call 214-763-0512. You may also complete our onlinecontact form. Consultations are confidential.

Benefits of Collaborative Law Divorce
  1. Saves money
  2. Saves time
  3. Reduces the stress of litigation
  4. Private setting
  5. Relaxed information exchange
  6. You negotiate a result that works for you
  7. You may be able to avoid the effects that a “fight and win” attorney could have on your relationship*
  8. * Note that it takes two willing parties for a collaborative law divorce to work. If your spouse is reluctant, mediation and negotiations may not be a solution for you.


  Collaborative Divorce Initial Worksheet