We Are Still Here for You During These Trying Times

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Although many local businesses throughout our community and the courts are temporarily closed, we want you to know that we continue to serve our clients. We are still here for you and urge you not to wait for the courts to resume since we are working and available for clients who want to proceed with their separations in a timely way. In-person and online dispute resolution remains available as a flexible approach to assisting clients. Please contact a Collaborative Divorce Waterloo Region professional if you need help working toward custom solutions that work for your family.

We are Still Here for You During These Trying Times

We are also adapting the way we practice for the time being by holding virtual meetings and only meeting our clients in person when absolutely necessary. We hope these adaptations to our practices will give you peace of mind knowing you can do what is best for your family, even though it may seem like the rest of the world is on pause.

We know this is a trying time for everyone, and we are here to help. One of our family, financial, or legal professionals can answer your questions concerning decision-making responsibility, support, and property issues or any other related matter by virtual means, especially as your family situation may be impacted by our current global situation.

Our collaborative process may be a cost-effective solution for your separation and can reduce some of the tension that would inevitably occur by taking your case to court. We have the experience and insight to help you develop a workable plan that promotes effective co-parenting and fosters healthy familial relationships.

Our association of legal, family, and financial professionals is uniquely positioned to meet the needs of your family as you journey through the divorce or separation process. Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you even in the midst of global concerns about the virus.