Can we reach an agreement without spending our whole community estate?

Most individuals want to reach as many agreements as they can, rather than have a contentious divorce case. And the reason for that is simple. It is more expensive to go through a contentious divorce. And it is more stressful to go through a difficult divorce. And so, yes. There are many ways to reach agreements with your spouse. And it’s our experience often that a buffer, an attorney between two spouses that largely don’t agree on matters, can provide and facilitate agreements, rather than create conflict. And that’s where an attorney can be very helpful.