Collaborative Practice Niagara offers a co-operative, voluntary, conflict resolution process for those seeking an amicable separation or divorce.
The goal of Collaborative Practice Niagara is to maximize the settlement options to both parties, to increase the abilities of families to communicate in a post-separation relationship, and to minimize, if not eliminate, the negative economic, social and emotional consequences to families that are experiencing separation or divorce.
The essence of the collaborative practice agreement and process is the belief that it is in the best interests of the separating or divorcing parties and their families to avoid adversarial proceedings, to resolve their differences with minimum conflict, and to work together to create shared solutions to the issues.Collaborate With Us
When a relationship ends, it doesn’t seem to matter how good, bad or ugly it was, the first thoughts of separation and divorce conjure up visions of nasty fights, name calling, finger pointing, yelling matches, and large legal fees. It doesn’t need to be this way. Learn 10 ways to stay our of court and also download the Amicable Divorce Creed.
Collaborative Practice Niagara member Gail Belchior has written an informative article about the deductibility of legal and accounting fees for support recipients. Read it here!