Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law is an innovative and new way of dealing with family disputes. In a nut shell, it is a process involving trained collaborative law solicitors who encourage couples to reach amicable solutions through effective and managed communication to enable them and any children with the best chance of building a brighter future. It is a non-confrontational approach to resolving family breakdown issues including care of the children and family finances and whilst it is not suitable in every situation, has many advantages over the traditional approach in that it can be less expensive, far quicker and empowers the couple with ownership and control over the entire process.

Each party appoints their own collaboratively trained solicitor who unlike the traditional method will arrange ‘round table’ or ‘four way’ meetings where both the solicitors and the couple will work together, face to face to achieve the best possible solution.

We have Resolution trained Collaborative lawyers who will provide you with the best possible support and guidance and will stop at nothing to ensure that you achieve an amicable mutually beneficial resolution. For a free initial consultation* within 24 hours with Collaborative Lawyers you can trust please call us on 02921 679 333 or contact us and we will get back to you.

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Grant Stephens

Grant is a highly specialist family law solicitor who has practised solely within the field of family Law for over 20 years.

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Eleri Jones

Eleri joined the firm as a Partner in May 2017, due to her first-class reputation as a specialist family and private client solicitor.

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Lisa Evans

Lisa has specialised in Family Law since qualifying as a solicitor in 1996. Lisa has worked at several firms throughout South Wales

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