Dorset Family Mediation and Collaborative Law

There is a common misconception that divorce is always fraught with hostility and emotional distress. Whilst this is often, sadly true, it is by no means guaranteed. Bonallack & Bishop’s expert family law team is passionately committed to using different types of alternative dispute resolution to solve the problems that spring from relationship breakdown, divorce or civil partnership dissolution.

Family mediation and collaborative law are two excellent ways for separating couples to settle issues arising as part of the separation process. Our family team strongly promote these methods as ways to save many of our clients money, time and stress – and two of our team are trained as family mediators, and three trained as collaborative lawyers.

DORSET FAMILY MEDIATION AND COLLABORATIVE LAW EXPERTS

Sadly, family mediation doesn’t work for everyone – however for those couples who believe that they can discuss issues with their ex-spouse in try and reach an agreement with regard to family finances or issues surrounding the children for example, family mediation and collaborative law are definitely worth considering. Whether those who are determined to treat divorce as a competition with their ex partner are unlikely to benefit from this approach.

CALL (01202) 834450 FOR FREE ADVICE ON FAMILY MEDIATION OR COLLABORATIVE LAW

Our specialist family law team in Dorset can help you with any queries about family mediation or collaborative law. We offer an initial phone consultation and 30 minute appointment both FREE of charge – so get in touch today.

Dorset Contact Details

Bonallack and Bishop,                    Bonallack & Bishop,
Bank Court,                                        Rougemont House,
Manor Road                                        Rougemont Close,
Manor Road                                        Salisbury,
Dorset,                                               Wiltshire,
BH31 6DY                                          SP1 1LY

Tel: [01202] 834450                            Tel: [01722] 422300

FREEPHONE 0800 1404544

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