We are pleased to offer a new way of resolving family law matters including divorce, separation and parenting disputes.
Collaborative practice allows you and your partner to work with specially trained Collaborative lawyers. You will each receive legal advice and guidance and together with your lawyers discuss and resolve issues through face to face meetings. Provided everyone enters the process in good faith the process is faster and less acrimonious than court proceedings.
For more information on Collaborative Practice see http://www.collaborativefamilylaw.org.uk
Lee Pashen of CP Law Solicitors has been accredited with the Resolution specialist status. Resolution is an organisation of lawyers and family justice professionals who believe in a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law; disputes are dealt with in a way designed to preserve people’s dignity and to encourage agreements. Resolution specialist status is only accredited to lawyers who have submitted themselves to a rigorous assessment to demonstrate the highest levels of knowledge, practical application of the law and best practice. Lee Pashen’s accreditation as a specialist family and matrimonial solicitor has been awarded in the areas of financial provision which involves resolving the financial arrangements following the breakdown of a marriage and cohabitation disputes between non-married couples.
The Resolution scheme (formerly known as the Solicitors Family Law Association), above all others, is tried and trusted and widely recognised as giving the public a reliable means of identifying family law specialists.
For more information on Resolution please see resolution.org.uk
Or alternatively please contact:
Lee Pashen on 0118 974 7923 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information on collaborative law:
Why Collaborative Law is the best way to resolve family and matrimonial disputes
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