Alimony mistakes even big law firms make can cost people thousands of dollars. Financial mistakes can also be costly.
If a mistake is made in your divorce decree, then it must be corrected. Either the divorcing spouses can agree to correct it, or a judge can correct the mistake. Correcting mistakes is simple, but you can spend thousands of dollars for attorneys to argue about how the mistake should be corrected, and whether it is to their client's benefit. Attorneys aren't always the best arbiters of this financial decision.
Peaceful Family Law will be one of the few law firms to tell you about Collaborative Law - and mean it. Mistakes made concerning alimony or other financial terms can actually be relatively simple to correct, particularly if the case was a collaborative law case to begin with!
Want to learn more to avoid common big firm mistakes? Save yourself the pain of amending your divorce decree later only after you have learned about divorce mistakes that could be avoided. As always, consider Collaborative Law. To save yourself the frustration and financial setback of these costly divorce attorney mistakes, collaborative law may be the best thing no one is telling you about.