Let us show you how our collaborative approach to divorce law can help you reach an agreement that is best for all parties.
Going through a divorce is one of the most emotional life transitions that a family can experience, and it doesn’t help matters that divorce law can be complicated and confusing. Going through the traditional process of litigation can be time-consuming, costly, and put added strain on family members, particularly children. On top of that, divorce law dictates that the process be of public record, which can be unacceptable to some people.
There is a solution, however, where you and your spouse can retain dignity, privacy, and avoid the financial and emotional burden of litigation. At Collaborative Divorce Waterloo Region, we utilize a collaborative family law approach, with a team of individual practitioners, including lawyers, family professionals, and financial professionals, depending on your specific situation.
There are some similarities between our collaborative approach and mediation in that you and your spouse must commit to negotiating without going to court and put an emphasis on cooperation rather than confrontation. Full disclosure is required by both parties, and the final settlement must be acceptable to both parties. Where we part from mediation is that each spouse will have their own legal representation present and a mediator does not act for either party. You will get divorce law advice related to your specific circumstances. From start to finish, the entire process is confidential, so the only people who will know about your agreement outside our team are you, your spouse, and anyone else you choose to share with.
If you would like to know more about our divorce law services in the Cambridge, Ontario area, give us a call today. We look forward to helping you reach an agreement that is best for all.