icon-litigationSometimes parties are unable to reach agreement to resolve their matter and they need to ask the court to make a determination. When the parties engage in court proceedings, this is called litigation.

Generally, litigation is seen as a ‘last resort’. It is preferable to try to reach a resolution without resorting to court proceedings, as they can be both financially and emotionally costly. Court proceedings can be particularly damaging to a parenting relationship.

During litigation, parties will generally continue to negotiate and often they will attend mediation, either by agreement or by court order.

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THE PROCESS

This practice is about ensuring we are technically correct, using non-defensive, personal and transparent interaction: compliant within the constraints of our legal obligations; provide clients with the security of a solid practical process during times of heightened stress; and that expectations are clear.

- Collaborative

 

icon-collaborativeCollaborative law offers an alternative method of resolving the issues that arise from the breakdown of a domestic relationship. Collaborative law offers a solution that is tailored to your individual circumstances.

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- Mediation

 

icon-mediationMediation is a cost-effective meeting of the parties to facilitate the resolution of issues without parties having to litigate.

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- Negotiation

 

icon-negotiationNegotiation involves exploring what is most important to each party and trying to reach a resolution that both parties would be willing to settle with and that meets the best interests of the children. You may gain in some aspects but make concessions in other aspects in order to reach a successful resolution.

Through this process of negotiating the various issues that are important to the parties, and consideration of the various needs of the children, the parties may reach agreement.

Negotiation often occurs in conjunction with the other processes described below.

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- Passionate Advocacy

 

icon-passionate-advocacyOur success is based on our insightful and innovative approach to client interaction and dispute resolution. We recognise that we deal in areas of law that cuts to the very heart of our client’s personal lives and we pride ourselves on offering personal attention to the details of every matter by offering a unique and personalized approach.

- Litigation

 

icon-litigationSometimes parties are unable to reach agreement to resolve their matter and they need to ask the court to make a determination. When the parties engage in court proceedings, this is called litigation.

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