Collaborative Law

A big thanks to you all for your hard work in bringing my case to a successful conclusion. I'm so grateful to all of you for coping with me in this difficult situation and for everything you did for us as a family. I wish you every good success in the work that you do in this difficult area in keeping our families and children safe from harm in the world we live in. Once again thank you so much for all that you have done for us as a family.

Traditionally separating couples each take independent advice from their own family solicitor. They attempt to negotiate matters and if this fails they resort to Court.

There is now another alternative. This is the collaborative process. Your solicitor has to be specifically trained as a collaborative lawyer. Sharon Montgomery has been trained by Resolution as a collaborative lawyer.

In this process the separated couple still retain their own solicitor to advise them and support them. However the negotiation takes place in meetings where both parties and their solicitors try to work out the best solution. The process is client driven.

This process can be significantly quicker than other methods and is likely to be significantly less expensive than Court.

It is important to know that not all cases are suitable for the collaborative process. You must wish to participate in it, understand how important it is to be honest about your assets, and you must also agree not to go to Court.

If you are interested working collaboratively with your former partner to reach a solution please contact Sharon Montgomery for an appointment.

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Please call Gill Harding in our family department who will help you with your query.