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Is Collaborative Practice Right for You?


 

Is Collaborative Practice Right for You? 

Collaborative Practice is a way for you to resolve disputes respectfully — without going to court — while working with trained professionals who are important to all areas of your life.

In this video, we review the concepts of collaborative practice and many of the benefits this process offers couples going through a separation and divorce in Ontario.

Aleksandra Czyzowska Completes Her Level II Collaborative Practice Training

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Aleksandra Czyzowska Completes Her Level II Collaborative Practice Training

Our Associate lawyer Aleksandra has completed her Level II of the Collaborative Practice Training. This training supplements the Level I training that all lawyers wishing to practice collaboratively must complete. The training focuses on further developing expertise in interest based negotiations, client assessment and suitability, managing client expectations, strengthening communications tools and managing a Collaborative Practice case.

Aleksandra is a member of Kawartha Haliburton Collaborative Practice and the Collaborative Practice Durham Region groups.

Congratulations Aleksandra on becoming a fully trained collaborative practice family lawyer.

Ontario Divorce Law: Why Collaborative Practice Might be Right for You? Wednesday’s Video Clip

 

 

Ontario Divorce Law: Why Collaborative Practice Might be Right for You? Wednesday’s Video Clip

 

In this video, Divorce Lawyer Abi Adeusi, introduces the concepts of collaborative practice and many of the benefits this process offers couples going through a separation and divorce in Ontario.

Wednesday’s Video Clip Ontario Divorce Law: Is Collaborative Practice Right for You?

 

 

Collaborative Practice is a way for you to resolve disputes respectfully — without going to court — while working with trained professionals who are important to all areas of your life.

In this video, Abi Adeusi introduces us to concepts of collaborative practice and many of the benefits this process offers couples going through a separation and divorce in Ontario.

 

 

10 Things You Should Know About Collaborative Practice & Family Law

In a regular divorce case, parties often rely upon the court system and judges to resolve their disputes. Unfortunately, many people often come to view each other as adversaries, and court cases may become a battleground. The resulting conflicts take an immense toll on emotions—especially the children’s.

Collaborative Practice is by definition a non-adversarial approach. Collaborative Practice lawyers pledge in writing not to go to court. They negotiate in good faith, and work together to achieve mutual settlement outside the courts. Collaborative Practice is designed to ease the emotional strains of a breakup, and foster the well-being of children.

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