About Collaborative Law 

Collaborative Law is a multidisciplinary dispute resolution process designed to provide a cooperative and supportive environment for all parties. Unlike aggressive litigation, wherein the resolution process is dominated by lawyers and the court system,  the Collaborative Law approach provides both parties with a high degree of control over the process and allows for resolutions that are mutually satisfying without the intervention and financial costs of the courts.

The multidisciplinary approach utilizes the skills of a variety of other professionals where appropriate, such as mental health workers and independent financial professionals. The utilization of a variety of professionals ensures all areas of  negotiations are considered and approached with the utmost fairness, skills and knowledge.