Vancouver Collaborative Divorce Lawyers
The end of a relationship is always difficult and can be financially and emotionally devastating. The traditional litigation model is not always the best solution for most families. Years of research have shown that the majority of cases settle and very few actually require a trial. The same research has shown the benefits of alternative dispute resolution models, such as collaborative divorce and family law mediation, as a preferred method for reaching solutions for families, especially where children involved.
Is there such a thing as a considerate, respectful divorce or separation process? Can you separate without having to go to Court? Can you have a team of professionals work with you to create and customize a solution that works best for your family? Can you get a divorce and/or separation agreement or parenting plan without spending thousands of dollars on Court applications? The answer to these questions is quite simple – yes! The process that allows this to happen is called Collaborative Divorce.
Collaborative divorce lawyers are committed to working with families to resolve their disputes respectfully and without going to Court. You will have two lawyers working with you instead of one working against you, while still retaining the same protections and disclosure as you do within the traditional litigation model.
The Collaborative process allows families to be creative in developing plans for parenting time and responsibilities, support, and asset division that work best for their own families.
The parties retain control over the process and the outcome rather than handing the decision-making power to a Court.
The process requires a team of uniquely and specially trained family lawyers, coaches, and financial planners, which at Henderson Heinrichs are available to help you with every aspect of your separation and transition.
Collaborative Divorce Professionals at Henderson Heinrichs LLP
Sonia Kainth is a qualified collaborative law lawyer. She is a member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals and Collaborative Divorce Vancouver. Her goal in a collaborative file to assist the parties in finding practical and workable solutions that work best for their unique families. If you would like more information about this process and how it could work for you, please contact Sonia Kainth.
Please also visit www.collaborativedivorcebc.org for further information.