Collaborative Family Law is a way of providing you and your former partner with the opportunity to work together and resolve the issues which inevitably arise when the decision has been made to separate.
The family lawyers in the Collaborative Family Law North East group are all members of, and have been trained in collaborative law, by Resolution. They have many years experience advising on separation, divorce, children, financial arrangements and other legal and practical issues that can arise when family relationships break down.
December 1, 2017 by Sue McArthur
Forensic Accounting in the Collaborative Process How can we constructively use forensic accounting in the Collaborative Process? The collaborative approach can encourage communication and transparency between parties when marriages break down and divorce proceedings start. It ensures…Continue Reading ›
October 23, 2017 by Sue McArthur
How do you agree your child’s future education together? Co-parenting following the breakdown of a relationship can bring with it a number of challenges for parents. One subject that is likely to be close to the hearts of…Continue Reading ›