When separating or getting a divorce in Saskatchewan, you may consider the Collaborative Process as a means of resolving your financial, property, and parenting matters instead of going through the courts.
Collaborative Process is a non-adversarial and client-centred approach that prioritizes the issues that the parties going through a divorce or separation deem most important. It allows you to communicate constructively together, with the help of collaboratively-trained lawyers, and other professionals as appropriate, to work towards an amicable resolution.
The Collaborative Process can be more cost effective than dealing with the issues in court; it can also provide higher levels of privacy for both parties involved in a divorce or separation and can allow you to address your needs and the needs of your children (if applicable) in a less confrontational and more positive way.
For more information about the Collaborative Process in divorce or separation in Saskatoon and surrounding areas, please don’t hesitate to contact Woods Law Office here.