In our experience, fear and uncertainty about finances is often top of mind when ending a relationship. Understandably, people’s anxiety around their new life and whether they can maintain elements of their existing lifestyle is common. Assessing the financial position and what it will look like is an important part of family law.
A question we’re often asked! Collaborative practice in family law is a means of reaching settlement after separation that aims to achieve a mutually satisfactory outcome with minimal conflict. Collaborative family law practice adopts a holistic, problem solving approach to family law matters as opposed to a traditional adversarial and litigation based response.