Ousky Yates Law Office helps individuals and families facing divorce to create a new beginning by:
- Listening to their specific concerns and goals
- Helping them understand and evaluate all of their options
- Adapting the process to focus on their highest needs
- Providing clear guidance at each step of their journey
Collaborative Divorce has spread rapidly throughout the world during the past two decades and has helped thousands of families achieve better outcomes.
While Collaborative Divorce has many elements, there is one simple feature that defines the process: A Collaborative Divorce is one in which the husband and the wife each retain a lawyer for settlement purposes only.
To learn more, visit our Collaborative Divorce page.
What our Clients are Saying
“Ron helped immensely through a difficult divorce by providing balanced advice, thoughtful listening and creative options. It’s more than 10 years later and I am very grateful to have had his thoughtful, integrity guiding in a charged and emotional time. We implemented some new legal options with great results and helped the co-parenting process to begin on legal foundations that have helped our children to feel loved, safe and not torn between their parents.” -Gwendolyn
“Ron Ousky embodies everything you’d want or need in a family law attorney: reasonable, trustworthy, caring, knowledgeable and a tireless advocate for amicable and fair resolution. I worked with him in a very difficult case that continued over several years, have recommended him to others and know he’s still there if I ever need him again. He gets my highest recommendation.” -Patty
“Ron is a passionate provider of collaborative family law services. Ron’s depth of knowledge, insight and expertise make him a very successful collaborative law attorney.” -Steven
“ALL of the attributes listed above describe Ron Ousky! I have recommended him to friends many times. He is immensely intelligent, highly ethical, a creative problem solver, and collaborative law is definitely less expensive than the usual litigation methods. It is unusual when one can describe an attorney as a ‘healer,’ but Ron has that quality. I want to apprentice with him!” -Natalie