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Family Dispute Resolution Week 25th November

Posted
November 26, 2013
Family Law

The core principle of Collaborative Law is that all participants (the couple and their lawyers) enter into a formal commitment that they will keep their dispute out of court. The emphasis is on reaching a dignified and amicable solution. Whereas the traditional court process can make couples feel powerless, Collaborative Law would give them complete control of the process. There would be a series of round table meetings where all participants openly discuss the issues that are causing them concern. Both lawyers will give their advice in the presence of the other so as to avoid suspicion and mistrust. Peter Alison, the Head of the Family Department, is an experienced Collaborative Family Solicitor. Peter is committed to this new way of resolving matters which would allow you to set the agenda and talk about things that matter most. 

You can also set the pace so that you are not governed by court dates. Peter can be contacted on: 01293 596935 for an initial confidential and no-obligation chat. Read more in the West Sussex County Times. You can also find out more information by visiting www.collablaw.net -Ends- Contact Peter Alison 01293 596900 or peter.alison@stevensdrake.com

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