Collaborative Law

ease the pain of family separation and find solutions together

Collaborative Law in action

Watching this video will give you a clear picture of how the collaborative process works and how it can help a family separate with the least pain, upset and confusion for the whole family.

Please explore other areas of this website for more information once you have watched the video, or click here to view our testimonials.

Your Lawyer

It is important when seeking legal advice about family matters that you receive constructive and supportive advice from a lawyer who concentrates the best outcome for the family and providing you with all of the options, whilst also protecting your interests. Please see details of our memberswho will all ensure that constructive, family focussed advice is given from the outset whatever route you decide to take.
What is Collaborative Law?

Collaborative Law is a process where you agree that you will not go to court to resolve your differences but instead will meet around a table with your respective lawyers to reach agreement on all issues. The meetings and discussions are family focussed and aimed at achieving a fair outcome in a constructive and non-confrontational manner.

Using neutrals in the collaborative process can assist the progress of a case in many ways. The neutral may be a specialist family consultant, financial adviser, barrister, mediator or other specialist. Their expertise can often resolve points of dispute in the Collaborative Process.