A Different Way of Resolving Family Law Cases

How the Collaborative Model can help you

April 5, 2018

Want to avoid entrenched positions, creating acrimony and exacerbating conflict?

Want to continue, post-separation, to have civil communication with your ex-partner?

Do you need or want to avoid commencing court proceedings or hiring lawyers that will see you as a way of making money?

Turn to the Collaborative Process as the way to resolve the issues arising your separation.

The Collaborative Practice process ensures that you and your former partner are engaged and involved in the decision making with respect to your lives, post-separation, including financial issues, children and property.

Collaborative Practice is the best way to deal with your separation and divorce.

For more information, we invite you to contact James Herbert at:  jherbert@chappellpartners.ca or by telephone at 416-351-0005 ext. 204.