collaborative law

When couples separate, they often have difficulties reaching agreement.  You’ve probably heard the horror stories of parties getting stuck in Court for years, and spending all their money on lawyers, and thought, “There must be a better way!”

This short video offers a better solution for families going through a separation:

Collaborative Law is a dispute resolution process where your lawyer’s goal is to keep you out of Court. It can be particularly effective in parenting disputes. You and your ex will need to continue to co-parent into the future. If you have a battle at Court, it is likely to have a negative impact on your parenting relationship. Collaborative Law can help you as parents focus on what each of you want to achieve for yourself, your ex and most importantly your children.

Not all lawyers are trained in Collaborative Law, but the numbers are growing, particularly in Canberra. If your lawyer doesn’t practice Collaborative Law, the question is…why not?

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Kasey FoxKasey Fox is a director in our Canberra Office who has experience in Collaborative Law and is a member of the Canberra Collaborative Family Lawyers group.