Collaborative Law helps to avoid length, costly and often unsatisfactory results in Family Law court. In the Collaborative Law model the parties have ability to discuss the issues of child custody, parenting, child support, spousal support and matrimonial property in a four-way meeting setting, with the focus being on the family’s interests all with the end goal of coming to a decision that’s best for the entire family.
Collaborative Family Law keeps the decision-making within the control of the parties with assistance from lawyers specifically trained in collaborative family law and interest based negotiation.
Our office currently has three registered lawyers through the Central Alberta Collaborative Law Association and we have the experience to help you navigate through your options and the collaborative law process.
Contact us today to find out more about Collaborative Law, or to book a consult.