That’s correct. Divorce as usual isn’t the only choice any longer.

Introducing collaborative practice. It produces solutions, not casualties.

Too often, divorce becomes a declaration of war between the parties. You’ve seen the staggering losses in your self-esteem, dignity, inner peace, and well-being. When children are involved, you may feel the hurt deepest and longest.

Collaborative Practice is a process for resolving legal disputes that emphasises making an agreement not to go to court, full disclosure of information, and solutions that take into account the highest priorities of the parties.

If you’ve been seeking an alternative, the Collaborative Practice model is here. A worldwide movement, Collaborative Practice offers a mutually respectful, solutions-orientated process.

In Collaborative Practice, the parties and their lawyers pledge in writing to resolve issues without going to court. In addition to their lawyers, the spouses may be able to draw on experts to help them, such as divorce coaches and child and financial specialists.

We’ve all witnessed the toll that divorce can take. Aylward Game Solicitors offer our clients an alternative. Consider Collaborative Practice which has proven itself not to be just another choice, but the right choice.

Collaborative Practice Lawyers. Resolving disputes respectfully.

To speak with an expert in Collaborative Practice, please contact Ian Field at our office on 1800 217 217 or contact a lawyer here.

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