Separation and Divorce: These are ugly words. They conjure up feelings of pain, disappointment, fear, and uncertainty. What is the first step? How do I get through this?
I remember when I went through my own divorce (yes, divorce lawyers sometimes get divorced too) how stressful it was for me. I feared the impact it would have on my relationship with my children and wasn't sure what the financial outcome would be. I felt embarrassed and could hardly focus on anything. I just wanted to get through it with the least amount of pain as possible.
It does not matter whether you were married or lived common law, the first step is to find a lawyer you feel comfortable with and who is committed to resolving the outstanding issues in a cost-effective and timely manner. Simply put, you need to find a Collaboratively trained lawyer.
Going to Family Court just makes things worse. Collaborative Practice keeps you out of court.
Collaborative Practice is a way to get through your divorce that minimizes the pain, both financially and emotionally. It is a problem solving process. You are given the support you need to make the best decisions for your family.
All of the lawyers at Galbraith Family Law are trained in this process and are committed to helping you get your issues resolved quickly, effectively and with the least amount of pain possible. We give you the information and support you need to find your way to a resolution.
For more information about the process, here is an article about it.