If you are a lawyer, barrister, judge, financial adviser, family consultant or other professional and have an interest in training as a collaborative lawyer or finding out more about the process please contact one of our Chair's (Lisa Bray or Helen Cort) for more information.
It is important when seeking legal advice about family matters that you receive constructive and supportive advice from a lawyer who concentrates on the best outcome for the family and providing you with all of the options, whilst also protecting your interests. Please see details of our members who will all ensure that constructive, family focussed advice is given from the outset whatever route you decide to take.
Family consultants and financial neutrals
Using neutrals in the collaborative process can assist the progress of a case in many ways. The neutral may be a specialist family consultant, financial adviser, barrister, mediator or other specialist. Their expertise can often resolve points of dispute in the Collaborative Process.