The last thing anyone wants is to go to trial, but sometimes going to trial is simply unavoidable. The good thing is, less than 5 percent of divorce cases go to trial, but what if you find yourself amongst that 5 percent? What can you expect in a divorce trial?
What It Means to Go to Trial in Divorce
Ron Ousky has worked in family law since his graduation from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1982. Since that time, Ron has become recognized as an international leader in developing innovative ways to help family law clients. He is a recent president of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and a cofounder of the Collaborative Alliance Executive Suites. He has been interviewed and quoted in numerous newspaper, radio, and television stories on Collaborative Law, including a feature on the CBS Evening news. Ron has handled thousands of family law cases, including hundreds of cases in each of the following areas: traditional negotiation; mediation; Collaborative Law and litigation.