No two families are alike. No two family breakdowns are alike. The difference between collaborative law and conventional proceedings is that the collaborative route enables you to resolve your family law issues in the exact way that is right for you and your family. Its approach to each case is unique and governed by the particular needs of you and your family. There is flexibility, openness and true consideration can be given to all the needs of the family.
Collaborative law is the legal process enabling couples who have decided to separate to work with their lawyers and other professionals to reach an agreement that is best for the whole family and avoids the court process.
How it works
You should find out more about collaborative law if
Contact Joanne Houston, collaborative lawyer for a free 20 minute consultation to find out how the collaborative process can work for you and go to the Resolution website for more information
For more information view our collaborative law factsheet.
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