Wellingborough Family Mediation and Collaborative Law

How can collaborative law and family mediation help you? Well, if you are struggling with a family law dispute or relationship break-up, have you ever considered that there might be a better way of sorting out your issues than going through the stressful and drawn-out court process?

Here at specialist divorce and family law firm Bonallack and Bishop, we are convinced that family mediation and collaborative law are, for the right couple, a much better way of resolving your issues – saving you money, speeding up the process and significantly reducing bitterness and stress.

What’s more, we have government statistics to back us up – click here for information about the National Audit Office report on the effectiveness of family mediation.

Expert Collaborative Law and Family Mediation Advice? Call Wellingborough (01933) 698790

Our specialist family law team includes two lawyers who have additionally qualified as family mediators and three fully accredited collaborative lawyers.

But sadly these two approaches don’t work for every single couple – but to find out if you are likely to benefit from using family mediation or collaborative law, just have a good look through this website or call one of our team now for FREE phone advice.

But don’t worry if you find these two approaches won’t work for you – our family lawyers are equally able to help you solve your family law problems using the traditional court based approach.

FREE Initial phone advice and 1/2 hour appointment – Call Wellingborough (01933) 698790

Worried about how to resolve your family law or relationship breakup problems? A simple free phone call with one of our team could put your mind at rest.

For FREE initial phone advice, and a free first 30 minute interview, get in touch with us now.

• Office hours – give us a call on [01933] 698790, or

• Use the email contact form below

Comments or questions are welcome.

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Corby Family Mediation and Collaborative Law

Why are family mediation and collaborative law so important?The breakdown of any relationship can you so very traumatic. Let’s face it, you may need to move out of your home, your financial situation will probably get worse and you may end up with less time with any children you may have. It is therefore likely that you would want to sort out your legal aspect of any divorce or relationship breakdown with minimum stress and delay.

For the right people, and these approaches don’t work for everyone, family mediation and collaborative law are two ways of dealing with your issues which we recommend you seriously consider.

Specialist Collaborative Law and Family Mediation Advice? Call Corby [01536] 738575

Here at specialist family law firm, Bonallack and Bishop, we are absolutely convinced that family mediation and collaborative law can help many of those couples who are going through family disputes to resolve their issues more quickly, cost effectively and amicably than if they used the traditional court process – and that view is backed up by a National Audit Office report [click here for details].

Our family law team includes 3 collaborative lawyers and 2 qualified family lawyers/mediators and we have a long standing commitment to encouraging people to use these highly effective methods where appropriate.

But don’t worry, if family mediation and collaborative law are not right to you, our specialist team are equally able to help you with all aspects of the traditional court process for resolving divorce and family law problems.

FREE Initial Family Law phone advice and appointment – Call Corby [01536] 738575

If you are not sure about whether or not your case is well suited to family mediation or collaborative law, or you simply want to know more about how these two approaches can help you, get in touch with our team now – for initial FREE telephone advice, or to organise a half-hour interview, which is also FREE of charge.

• Phone us in office hours on [01536] 738575, or

• Use the email contact form below for a call back or for email advice

Comments or questions are welcome.

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Daventry Family Mediation and Collaborative Law

Many people assume that when it comes to divorce and other family legal disputes it always involves a long, expensive and difficult court process. It doesn’t always have to be. Family mediation and collaborative law are highly effective methods of dispute resolution which can save money, stress and time for many.

[Don’t just take our word for it – click here for details of a National Audit Office report proving that family mediation services really are quicker and cheaper]

Here at law firm Bonallack and Bishop, our family law team includes both joint qualified family lawyers/mediators and fully accredited collaborative lawyers.

Daventry’s Only Family Mediators

Currently, no other law firm offers a family mediation service in Daventry. So if you want to discuss whether this excellent form of dispute resolution could work for you – simply get in touch with our team today.

Specialist Collaborative Law or Family Mediation Advice? Call Daventry [01327] 828566

We have been great supporters of both family mediation and collaborative law for some years now – and we firmly believe that many thousands of couples every year could really benefit from using either of these approaches to sort out the legal issues arising out of divorce and relationship breakdown. But do be warned – they don’t work for everyone. Both parties have to start from the position of focusing on solutions not problems and must be prepared to compromise.

FREE Initial Family Mediation Consultation- Daventry [01327] 828566

If you think you would like to learn more about how either our family mediators or collaborative lawyers can help you, simply call us today for FREE initial specialist phone advice and FREE first 30 minute meeting.

So to get in touch with today a member of our team;

• Phone us during office hours on DAVENTRY [01327] 828566, OR

• Use the email contact form below

Comments or questions are welcome.

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