We are proud to be part of Brighter Future - a group of trained collaborative family professionals based in the north of England, and focused on helping you achieve the outcome that is right for you in the most amicable and constructive way.
To learn more about Brighter Future please visit the dedicated website but in brief:
- The members all have extensive experience of helping families through relationship breakdown.
- The aim is to help people who are seeking to avoid confrontation and remain on good terms with their partner and friends to resolve the financial and/or family issues that arise from their separation.
A series of blogs have been prepared by the Brighter Future team and these will be shared via social media during Collaborative Family Law Week.
What is collaborative law?
Collaborative family law gives you an alternative. The concept is relatively straightforward: you and your ex each appoint a lawyer and the four of you discuss, together, in a series of ‘four-way’ meetings, the issues surrounding your separation with a view to reaching agreement. All without setting foot in court. The only court involvement is when the agreement you have reached together is presented to a judge to rule on – and you don’t need to be there when that happens.
If you have any questions about collaborative law and the Brigher Future team please contact Clarion family law partner Justine Osmotherley at email@example.com
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