What is Collaborative Family Law?
Collaborative family law is a process where everyone agrees to work together (to collaborate) to create acceptable solutions that work well for both parties, and without going to court. In the collaborative approach:
- Both parties agree to stay out of court
- The emphasis is on creating solutions that address the values and goals of both parties and their children
- The sole objective is to reach an efficient, fair, comprehensive settlement of all issues.
We are a group of independent lawyers and helping professionals who, although not in partnership, work together in cases that are suitable for the collaborative process and without going to court.
Taryn Moore provides family litigation services within a Collaborative Practice approach. Her top client priorities are clear communication, compassion and accessibility, and she considers a trusting relationship with her clients the single most important aspect of a good law practice.
Clients who need resolution to their family law issues, either through the court system or by alternative approaches such as mediation, rely on Taryn to help guide them towards their goal. She assists clients throughout the entire separation and divorce process, including the division of family assets and numerous issues related to child custody, access and guardianship. She shares her clients’ focus on ensuring a bright future for themselves and their family.
Introductory Interdisciplinary Training
Join Bev Churchill and Cathie Heinrichs for a two and a half day introductory interdisciplinary training in the collaborative divorce process. The training is designed for financial specialists, coaches and lawyers who work with families in transition: June 8 – 10, 2016.