Collaborative Law

Collaborative law is a new process designed for couples who would like to try a less agressive and combative approach to reaching a divorce settlement. With collaborative law divorcing couples deal with their disputes without going to court. Both partners can appoint a lawyer and negotiate, through face to face meetings, to resolve their dispute. By avoiding court costs and the traditional methods of letters and phone calls the collaborative law approach can be significantly cheaper in the long run.

The whole collaborative law process can help the couple remain on amicable terms, gives them some control of the outcome of their divorce, that would normally be in the power of a judge, and relieve some of the stress and anguish felt by children, friends and relatives.

In collaborative law appointing a good family law lawyer is essential, it can fill you with confidence knowing that you are in best negotiating position and can make the most of the process.

Family Law Sheffield connect you with the right specialist family law solicitors for you. Family law solicitors who have experience, expertise and expert knowledge of the law as it relates to collaborative law who will help you through what can sometimes be a confusing and complicated process.

If any of the above information on  Collaborative Law interests you or you need legal advice about any other aspect of family law talk to us on 01142 054 344, our initial advice is free. You can fill out our online enquiry form or get in touch through email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it