Chantel M. Lawton, Barrister, Solicitor & Notary Public
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Chantel M. Lawtonollaborative Family Law
Chantel M. Lawton
Chantel M. Lawtonhat do you want for your family? What do you want for your children? How do you want to feel at the end of the process? What is most important to you? These are the types of questions we ask both spouses engaging in collaborative negotiation. Collaborative law allows you to control the outcome of the process. The end result of a collaborative negotiation is a binding separation agreement between yourself and your former spouse. The process is completely private and confidential.

Chantel M. Lawtonollaborative law is not about engaging in a battle where there is a winner and loser. Instead, it is a process through which both parties are able to speak about what is important to them and the team works towards a resolution that is a win for both spouses and the children.

Chantel M. Lawtone meet together with your spouse and their lawyer to work through the issues. Often, we have other professionals help us talk about the financial matters (a Financial Professional) or assist with facilitating the discussion and with communication (a Family Professional).

Chantel M. Lawtonf you want to have more information about Collaborative Law please contact our office and ask us about a free 30 minute information session for you and your spouse about the collaborative process.


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