The collaborative law process allows clients and their lawyers to address interests of the clients specific to their situation rather than being solely "fixed" on what the resolution might be in an adversarial context. The process allows for innovative approaches to arrive at an agreement that both parties have had input to and will provide a path forward for each of them in their ongoing but changed relationship.
I have been in practice for 40 years. My practice is primarily in civil litigation including matrimonial matters, contested estate matters, construction liens, contracts and general civil litigation (for both plaintiffs and defendants.) I have been with Lancaster, Brooks and Welch LLP since November 2006. I work out of the St. Catharines office but also work in the Welland office if that is more convenient for clients.
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