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How to tell the former partner about Collaborative Practice

How to tell the former partner about Collaborative Practice

How to tell your former partner about Collaborative Practice is always important

Once a client is committed to use Collaborative Practice as the process to resolve issues arising from the breakdown of their relationship the key is to have the former partner get the right message about Collaborative Practice. The important thing is to find a way that produces a positive response encouraging the client’s former partner to consider the use of Collaborative Practice.

Clients can provide their former partner with material regarding the Collaborative Practice model of dispute resolution and be referred to the IACP website where there is available practical information about Collaborative Practice. The IACP website https://www.collaborativepractice.com/  and the Collaborative Practice SA website http://collaborativesa.com.au/ are both good places to find an experienced Collaborative professional.

At Swan Family Lawyers we are happy to meet with you and your former partner to provide process only information regarding the Collaborative model of dispute resolution. As your lawyer we remain your advocate but there is no impediment to us providing information to both you and your former partner regarding dispute resolution options.

Call us now on 8227 1970 and we will chat with you over the phone, free of charge.

Family law, divorce, wills and estate specialists for Adelaide and South Australia.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this blog is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. Nothing in this blog should be deemed to create or constitute a solicitor-client relationship between any readers and Swan Lawyers. A solicitor-client relationship is created only when this firm agrees to represent someone and a written engagement agreement or engagement letter is signed by both the client and solicitor. In all cases, the reader should consult his or her own solicitor for advice. The information in this blog is based on Australian law.