Collaborative Practice

3 Benefits of Collaborative Practice (Part 8 of 10)

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Written by Russell Alexander ria@russellalexander.com / (905) 655-6335

3 Benefits of Collaborative Practice

1. Focus on Future Planning

Collaborative practice allows both parties to make decisions regarding their property and parenting time together. These decisions have a huge impact on what life can look like after divorce. The ability to really focus on future planning with your ex and professionals is very valuable and will have a lasting effect on your day-to-day life moving forward.

2. 100% Money Investment Towards Reduction

3. Empathetic – Brings the Human Element Back Into the Process

The professionals on the collaborative team all have the same mindset: To do their job as best as they can in order to help the two parties to move forward.

Learn More About Collaborative Practice

Visit the Introduction to Ontario Collaborative Divorce: Resolving Issues in a Respectful and Cooperative Manner to learn more about collaborative practice.

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About the author

Russell Alexander

Russell Alexander is the founder of Russell Alexander Collaborative Family Lawyers and is the firm’s senior partner. At Russell Alexander, our focus is exclusively family law, offering pre-separation legal advice and assisting clients with family related issues, including: custody and access, separation agreements, child and spousal support, division of family property, paternity disputes, and enforcement of court orders. We have locations in Toronto, Markham, Whitby (Brooklin), Oshawa, Concord, Lindsay, and Peterborough.

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