This week is Resolution's Good Divorce Week.
Both myself and Caroline Frost are members of Resolution, an organisation which committed to resolving disputes constructively.
Inspire will be posting tips about dealing with a separation and minimising the impact this can have on the family and any children.
One criticism of the current law is that there is no immediate fact available for divorce which does not rely on fault. The introduction of a No Fault Divorce is something I have written about many times.
Until the law is changed, the initial approach taken to getting divorced can have a big impact on the family. Many are moving away from the 'traditional' approach and are choosing to adopt the collaborative approach, which focuses on resolving issues together in a constructive and amicable way.
Both myself and Caroline are Resolution trained Collaborative Lawyers and have seen the difference adopting this approach can make to families.
For more information, please get in touch:
t: 01722 446246
Collaborative Law is a welcome alternative to the destructive and uncomfortable aspects of a conventional divorce or separation. Your case remains private and is resolved without going to court. You and your partner each appoint your own lawyer but instead of conducting negotiations by letter or telephone, you meet together to work things out face to face. Your lawyer will be by your side throughout the entire process and legal advice will be given on the spot.