Collaborative Law

Collaborative law is a method that divorcing couples can take if they wish to pursue a less aggressive and confrontational approach to resolving their disputes, and avoid the divorce ending up in court.  In the collaborative law process both individuals appoints their own solicitor and conduct meetings and negotiations face to face rather than by phone, fax, email or letter.

This is a relatively new way of coming to a divorce settlement whilst bypassing the traditional court process. There are many advantages and benefits and it is certainly more dignified than arguing in a court of law. You, as a couple can control the process, children and close friends and relatives benefit from the reduced stress that avoiding court brings. Also,with no courts involved the process incurs less costs.

If you are part of a divorcing couple in Southampton who are considering the collaborative law approach, then you want your participation in the process to yield the best outcome for you and to this you should get expert legal advice. To get the best legal advice in Southampton contact Family Law Southampton to appoint the best lawyer and best legal advice available in Southampton. We will ensure you are in the best negotiating position to take full advantage of the collaborative law process.

Family Law Southampton are family lawyers in Southampton with years of expertise and experience, providing the best legal advice on collaborative law.

We appreciate no set of circumstances are the same, by contacting Family law Southampton on 02393 162543, you take the first step in getting advice tailored to your situation. You can get in touch with the online enquiry form or email us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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