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Collaborative Practice – manage your separation without going to court

Collaborative Practice (CP) is a new and highly effective way of managing separation. With the help of a small team, you can make arrangements for children and sort out your financial and property matters in a single process without having to go to court.

Like family dispute resolution or mediation, Collaborative Practice supports you in making your own agreements about the future. However, in Collaborative Practice you also have the advantage of legal support/advise and financial support/information within a team that also includes a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner with potential to add in separate conflict coaches and/or child consultants as required.

The team works together to support the family and signs an agreement to stay out of court.

To find out more about this exciting new service, click HERE.

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