Family Disputes in Kendal

Collaborative Family Law Kendal

Collaborative Family Lawyers in Kendal offer an alternative approach to dealing with family disputes that involves face to face discussions between partners alongside their respective family solicitors. The primary aim of collaborative law is to resolve issues that arise from a family break up in a more dignified way, for the benefit of all involved.

Collaborative Family Law is a practical alternative to court-driven divorce proceedings and is available to families in Kendal through independent solicitors that make up the North Lancs/South Lakes POD.

If you seek a non-confrontational, dignified and "human" way to resolve your case, then collaborative law is likely to be the answer.

Collaborative Family Law in Kendal

The North Lancs/South Lakes POD is a group of specially-trained family lawyers, specialising in resolving family disputes in Kendal through the collaborative process. For couples in Kendal and surrounding areas who may be experiencing the breakdown of a family relationship, Kendal collaborative lawyers can help resolve cases in a non-confrontational way, without the need for either party to go to court.

Collaborative lawyers work not only for couples wishing to start divorce proceedings, but also couples in Kendal who may, (for example), seek to resolve a dispute with their unmarried partner, regarding their children or wish to draw up a pre-nuptial/cohabitation agreement.

How Does Collaborative Law in Kendal Work?

If you find you need to approach family lawyers in Kendal and wish to resolve your differences through a collaborative approach, its vital that each person appoints a qualified collaborative family lawyer. Once both parties have met with their collaborative lawyers and agreed on the process, you will meet with your partner and your respective solicitors in a series of four-way meetings. If, however, the process breaks down, you will not be able to continue to use your collaborative lawyer to take your matter to court.

Collaborative lawyers in Kendal include family solicitors at Thomson Wilson Pattinson, Arnold Greenwood and Temple Heelis.

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24 Nov

Welcome to Steven and Alison

We are pleased to announce that two new members have joined the POD - Alison Moore of Thomson Hayton Winkley and Steven Ladhams of Milne Moser.

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About Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law is a process that originated in the United States, but has been brought to the United Kingdom by Resolution, the national association of family lawyers…

What Can I Expect?

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Information For Lawyers

If you are a local solicitor interested in finding out more about Collaborative Law do please call any of our POD members, who would be delighted to talk to you about all aspects of the process…