Collaboration

Thinking About Separating? Recently separated?

2020-10-07T23:44:58+00:00

Thinking About Separating? Recently separated? Avoiding the wrong move might be the best move you ever make If you are thinking about separating, or have recently broken the news to your partner, these tips are to help you avoid as much of the hurt and cost as possible. If your partner has recently told you [...]

Thinking About Separating? Recently separated?2020-10-07T23:44:58+00:00

Webinar – Why logic & reason doesn’t always work with separating couples & what to do instead

2020-10-07T05:52:02+00:00

 When a relationship unravels, it rarely brings out the best in people. As strong emotions kick in and stress levels rise, it doesn’t take much for an ordinarily reasonable person to transform into someone irrational and emotionally reactive. Logic and reason might seem like the best solution for bringing calm to any discussion about [...]

Webinar – Why logic & reason doesn’t always work with separating couples & what to do instead2020-10-07T05:52:02+00:00

Observations of Interdisciplinary Collaboration from a (hopefully reformed) Litigator

2020-09-07T04:53:26+00:00

I have always taken a sensible and pragmatic approach to my work as a family lawyer and I strive to keep matters out of Court as much as possible. When I undertook training in interdisciplinary collaboration this year with MELCA, I initially considered that it might be enough to learn the skills and apply them [...]

Observations of Interdisciplinary Collaboration from a (hopefully reformed) Litigator2020-09-07T04:53:26+00:00

Our Family Law System – There is a better way

2020-08-17T00:55:53+00:00

I often hear people say: “It’s cruel what the family law system does to people.’’ One of the most concerning features of family law is the absurd financial and emotional cost of going to court. We have all heard about the family who’ve spent a fortune, lost years of their lives, damaged their family and [...]

Our Family Law System – There is a better way2020-08-17T00:55:53+00:00

Separating? Why choose collaborative practice?

2020-08-17T00:56:47+00:00

Separating? Why choose collaborative practice? Collaborative practice is a highly effective way of helping separating couples make their own decisions about their children and finances without resorting to litigation. Unlike court proceedings, collaboration encourages former partners to maintain a healthy post-separation relationship, and to agree on parent and child friendly outcomes which will be best [...]

Separating? Why choose collaborative practice?2020-08-17T00:56:47+00:00