Why Choose Collaborative Divorce?

by | Jul 11, 2016

Why Choose Collaborative Divorce?

by | Jul 11, 2016 | Divorce, Family Law

The practice of Collaborative Divorce Law provides you with a different way to divorce.  The Collaborative Practice is a cost-effective, problems-solving approach that can minimize the impact of conflict on you and your children.  You will be supported by professionals with the right expertise to guide and inform you along the way of your divorce.  The results are legally binding agreements that resolve the issues facing your family.  With the information and guidance you need, you are empowered to make the sound, long-lasting decisions that will impact you and your family for you for years to come.

The Collaborative Divorce Process preserves your privacy, and dignity while giving you the best possible chance at resolving your disputes respectfully.

Why Choose the Collaborative way for my divorce?

· Avoid long, difficult and often expensive court battles.

· Focus on problem-solving and finding respectful resolution.

· Create personal, cost-effective solutions that are right for you and your family.

· Protect the well-being and needs of your children.

· Maintain decision making power with you and your spouse or partner- not a third party such as a judge who knows nothing about              your case or your life’s needs.

· Receive the support and information you need from your specially trained team of Collaborative Professionals.

· Preserve your dignity and Privacy.

If you are in need of dissolving your marriage, doing so in a respectful, cost effective way, please feel free to contact Tim Fleming or visit centrecollaborativelaw.com to speak to a lawyer about your situation and guide your decisions.


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