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Category: Collaborative Practice

What Is Collaborative Practice?

Friday, 10 May, 2024

Collaborative Practice is a voluntary dispute resolution process in which parties settle without resort to litigation.

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A closer look at Collaborative Practice

Friday, 29 November, 2019
a closer look at collaborative practice

Divorce and separation are life changing events. Most people will be touched by divorce in one way or another throughout their lives. We, as family lawyers, see firsthand the difficulty and uncertainty people face when going through a relationship breakdown. Separation not only affects the parties going through it, but their children, families and friends.

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The Participation Agreement

Monday, 1 April, 2019
the participation agreement

The disqualification provision in the Collaborative Practice Participation Agreement is the distinguishing characteristic of the Collaborative Process from other dispute resolution processes.

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Think of the children!

Wednesday, 11 July, 2018
consider the effects of your disputes upon your children

Separation can often lead to feelings of bitterness and resentment between parents.

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Why Choose Collaborative Practice

Wednesday, 28 February, 2018
why choose collaborative practice

Increasing delays in the Family Law litigation and high legal costs have led lawyers and their clients to consider an alternate way of resolving family law disputes.

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The Collaborative Process for Prenuptial Financial Agreements

Wednesday, 31 January, 2018
what makes a will valid

Using Collaborative Practice for Prenuptial Financial Agreements a couple's relationship can be strengthened by identifying concerns and working through them to mutually acceptable arrangements. This can strengthen the relationship and increase the couple's ability to work together in the future when issues inevitably arise.

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How to tell the former partner about Collaborative Practice

Monday, 18 September, 2017
how to tell the former partner about collaborative practice

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

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Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice

Thursday, 4 May, 2017
interdisciplinary collaborative practice

Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice offers the opportunity for families going through relationship breakdown to access the right professionals that best suit their needs. Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice offers a flexible holistic team response to family breakdown. Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice recognises the need for families to be given the assistance of professionals from differing disciplines including child and Family consultants, psychologists, financial planners or accountants and lawyers, to resolve their dispute without the need for Court.

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The Role of a Family Relationship Consultant

Thursday, 6 April, 2017
the role of a family relationship consultant

The best way for people who are divorcing to resolve any disputes is to use a Collaborative professional team.

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Preserve Relationships

Friday, 9 December, 2016

Preserving Your Relationships with Collaborative Practice

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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 Family 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.