Ending a relationship or marriage is difficult. Collaborative Family Law offers a non-adversarial, solution orientated alternative.
More and more clients are working together with their former partner to resolve matters regarding children and the financial issues arising out of their separation using this process. The result is a more creative outcome focussed on the unique interests of the family.
The cornerstone of Collaborative practice is an agreement entered into between the parties at the outset. This agreement includes a commitment to transparency, not to litigate and to insulate children from the dispute. All negotiations take place in meetings with the parties, solicitors and other trained financial professionals and family consultants can join the process as needed.
Collaboration assists separating couples in reaching creative solutions to meet the needs and interests of both parties and their children within a constructive and reasoned atmosphere.
Why make separation and divorce more difficult?
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