Collaborative Family Law
Collaborative Family Law refers to a process that couples can follow with a view to avoiding court when divorcing or separating. It involves the couples and their lawyers working collaboratively to resolve any issues that have arisen out of the relationship breakdown in order to reach a compromise that everyone is willing to get behind.
How can we help?
You would be represented by Director Michael Brady, who is a trained Collaborative Solicitor. You and Michael would meet your partner and their lawyer in a solicitors’ office and sit at the same table to discuss the division of assets and any related issues or concerns.
This is a much more informal setting than a court room, and can be conducive to more open, collaborative and amicable discussions. It also offers greater control and flexibility in terms of how the discussions and negotiations are structured.
This approach can make it easier to plan for the future and begin rebuilding new lives in an atmosphere of respect, while ensuring that the needs and interests of any children are prioritised. For these reasons, Michael and many other Collaborative Solicitors highly recommend the process, especially for couples who still feel able to work together.
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