Family / Divorce

Process Choices

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce is a family-focused decision-making process whereby parties work together with their Collaborative Divorce lawyers to find creative solutions to their divorce issues while avoiding court. Read more…


Family Mediation

Family Mediation is a family-focused decision-making process whereby parties work together with their neutral Family Mediator to find creative solutions to their divorce issues while avoiding court.  Read more…


Parenting Coordination

Parenting Coordination is a child-focused dispute resolution process that assists consenting separated or divorced parents who are experiencing conflict to implement their existing parenting plan in an expeditious manner.  Read more…


Family Litigation

When you are separating, there are many things you will need to consider before you and your former partner go your separate ways.  If you are legally married, you will need to get your divorce finalized through the Courts. Read more…


Common Issues to Resolve:

Separation

When you and your spouse have had a breakdown of your relationship, whether you are married or not, Read more…


Divorce

If you and your spouse have resolved all of your marital breakdown issues, you may be eligible to finalize your divorce Read more…


Parenting Plans – Custody and Access

Parenting plans can be varied in their level of detail which needs to be included. I recommend Read more…


Division of Property – Assets and Debts

Whether you are legally married or simply lived together as spouses, you will likely need to divide the property Read more…


Spousal Support

The question of whether you will receive or be required to pay spousal support is not a simple question. Read more…


Communication Plan

Especially if you and your spouse have kids together, you will have to be able to communicate on some level Read more…


Written Agreements – Separation, Pre-Nuptial, Interspousal

Before you get married, live together with your partner, or become spouse under the law, you may want to consider Read more…