We Practice Collaborative Law | Video Introduction to Collaborative Divorce
Collaborative Divorce, or Collaborative Practice is a new way for a divorcing couple to work as a team with trained professionals to resolve disputes respectfully, without going to court. The term encompasses all of the models that have been developed since more...
Collaborative Practice has three key elements: the voluntary and free exchange of information; the pledge not to go to court, and the commitment to resolutions that respect the parties' shared goals. Collaborative Law describes the legal component of Collaborative Practice, made up of the parties and their lawyers. Collaborative Process means the key elements of the process itself.
Elizabeth A. Swarbrick, B.A. (History), L.L.B. has been a member of the Nova Scotia Barrister's Society since
1993 and the (Ontario) Law Society of Upper Canada (since 1995). Elizabeth
is a member of the American Bar Association (family section), the Lanark
County Law Association; is President of the County of Lanark Collaborative
Law Association. More about Elizabeth ...
Supporting you through Collaborative Family Law services in Almonte, Carleton Place, Stittsville and Perth.
Elizabeth A. Swarbrick, Barrister & Solicitor
P.O. Box 639, 83 Little Bridge Street, Almonte, ON, Canada K0A 1A0
Tel: (613) 256-9811 Fax: 613-256-9814
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