Collaborative Professionals NSW Inc
Do you want to have a respectful and co-operative relationship with your ex-partner after you separate? Is protecting your children from the distress caused by their parents splitting up important to you? Would you like to be able to attend family functions in the future, like graduations and weddings, without dreading meeting up with your ex?
Using Collaborative Practice to resolve family law disputes protects the dignity, integrity and long term interests of the whole family.
It can be used for all types of family law disputes—property splits, children’s arrangements, financial support following a breakup and child support.
Pre-nuptial agreements can be developed too, for couples who want certainty about the division of their assets if they split up, whether they are getting married or in a de facto relationship.
Collaborative Practice can be used for all forms of disputes involving both individuals and organisations including:
If integrity and respect and staying out of court is important to you, our experts can help.