Collaborative Family Law
Collaborative Family Law is a voluntary dispute resolution process in which parties going through a separation or divorce, will work collaboratively with each other, their lawyers and other third-party specialists like a “family professional” to reach a mutually agreed upon resolution.
Family mediation helps people solve family problems and achieve their objectives for their separation and/or divorce, in a safe and confidential space. It involves transparent and intentioned discussions led by a trained, neutral and impartial mediator.
Supervised Access provides an opportunity for non-residential parents to spend time with their child(ren) while custody and parenting time issues are being resolved. Supervised parenting time is fully supervised by trained staff to ensure that children are safe and comfortable.
Individual and Family Counselling
Counselling provides people with a space to explore aspects of their life and feelings, by talking openly and freely. Counselling gives people the opportunity to express difficult feelings in a confidential and non-judgemental environment.
A parenting plan is the plan for how you and the other parent will continue to care for and raise your child after you separate. A parenting plan is a useful tool for preventing conflict. Your plan can be informal and flexible where both parents address issues as they arise, or you can write out your plan in detail as part of your separation agreement or court order.