How You Divorce Matters
The Collaborative Process lets your family control the process, cost, timetable, and your privacy.
The collaborative process can help you, your family, and other families through difficult and challenging times.
After 30 years litigating family law and business cases at big law firms, Michael P. Sampson concluded most families benefit more by choosing a more constructive approach. Effective January 1, 2017, Mr. Sampson committed to handle exclusively Florida “collaborative law” matters.
Sampson Collaborative Law uses the confidential, interest-based, collaborative team approach to help couples respectfully create positive, lasting solutions out-of-court.
Sampson Collaborative Law can help with:
- Florida Divorces
- Custody (Timesharing), Parental Responsibility, & Relocation
- Child Support & Alimony
- Identifying Marital & Nonmarital Interests in Trusts, LLCs, and Closely-held Family Businesses
- Modification & Enforcement
- Prenuptial Agreements & Postnuptial Agreements
- Domestic Partnership Agreements for LGBTQ & Opposite Sex Couples
Michael P. Sampson serves on the board of the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida, is a member and sponsor of the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals (FACP), and is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). Mr. Sampson also serves as a member of the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Collaborative Law Committee.
Mr. Sampson has served on the Family Law Rules committee and Rules of Judicial Administration Rules committee with The Florida Bar. He has earned an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest recognition for professionalism and ethics in the legal industry.
Mon – Fri: 8 AM to 6 PM
Sat – Sun: by appointment
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