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Professionals trained in collaborative family law, including lawyers, financial advisors and mental health professionals, an ideal option for anyone seeking an Alberta divorce lawyer consultation for a collaborative divorce, a cheap or affordable divorce without going to court.

Interested in a Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative Divorce is an out-of-court process that enables separating or divorcing spouses to create their own settlement with the support of highly trained professionals.

Read more to learn about how the Collaborative Divorce Process works.

The better way to protect your children, assets and privacy

Collaborative Divorce is for clients who want to put the interests of their children first, protect their assets, preserve important relationships and maintain their privacy. Over its 20-year history, Collaborative Divorce has been used in a variety of situations including long-term marriages, same sex relationships, financially complex marriages and pre and post nuptial agreements.

Find out whether the Collaborative Divorce process is right for you.

Find Collaborative Family Law Professionals in Alberta

Going through divorce raises many questions—about children, money, housing, assets, and more. Fortunately, you don’t have to work through these questions alone. In a Collaborative Divorce, a team of specially trained Collaborative professionals supports you in addressing your concerns and assists you in making sound decisions.

Find a Collaborative Family Professional in your area.

Posted by:
Deanna Koebernick B.Sc.Ag, LLB., Q.Med

Collaborative Divorce? Divorce Lawyers Collaborating? What is Collaborative Divorce?

I was at a social event the other night when someone overheard me say  Collaborative Divorce.  I was met with inquisitive facial expressions.   Divorce lawyers?   Collaborating?   What is this Collaborative Divorce stuff?   It seems the idea of divorce lawyers working together was quite amusing to them. The Collaborative Divorce process began in the United States by a lawyer by the name of Stuart Webb that was burned out and tired of fighting the fight.   He and many others had long recognized that courtrooms were not the best place for families to resolve their disputes.   The long,...



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Gordon Andreiuk H.

Not Having Your Day in Court

The Edmonton Journal had a front-page article on July 16, 2018, about a Court of Queen’s Bench Announcement for Consultation about the mandatory Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) rule. The newspaper...

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