Based in Taber, Alberta, but available by appointment in Brooks and Medicine Hat, Bradley has been practising family and criminal law since 2008. While he still continues to do litigation,
Bradley believes that Collaborative Practice helps parents see and understand what their children are going through, and what life after divorce will be like for their children. Because the Collaborative Practice process involves other professionals, separating or divorcing couples can benefit from the guidance and insight of child specialists who can help parents focus on what’s best for their kids, or from financial specialists who can help the couple see what the future holds financially after separation and divorce. This approach helps reduce or even remove clients’ stress and anxiety.
Bradley believes that the Collaborative Process is win-win because the parties work together to solve and settle disputes. This approach takes the fear and guess-work out of divorce. Bradley cares about his clients, and he is there to assist them as they move through this difficult period in their lives.
You can reach Bradley at 403-223-3052 or Toll-Free: 1-877-323-3052 or through his website at http://www.bullocklaw.ca/schedule-a-consultation.