The collaborative practitioners in Niagara are consistently asked if there is a difference between divorce mediation and the collaborative process. In a nutshell they are […]
Should you choose to work toward an amicable separation or divorce using the collaborative practice process, you will need to find a family law professional […]
When a relationship no longer works, after you have tried everything to make it work, worked with marriage counsellors and others, often the only option […]
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!
The 2019 OCLF & OAFM Conference will take place May 2 – 4, 2019 at the Brookstreet Hotel, in Ottawa, Ontario. This year’s theme is RESOLUTION […]
Please remit your completed Member Application Form (available for download here) along with your cheque payable to Collaborative Practice Niagara to Gillian Sheldrick at Connect Family […]
Collaborative Practice Niagara’s Gillian Sheldrick of Connect Family Solutions has put together some helpful holiday tips for parents. Click here to read!
Written by Jean Beaton When people come to see me for an initial consultation after a separation, they often list similar priorities. That is, people […]
Collaborative Practice Niagara is thrilled that the 10th Conference of the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation (OCLF) will be held in association with the Ontario Association for […]