Want to know how to find a good Collaborative Divorce Lawyer in Glasgow?
One of the best ways to have a ‘quick divorce‘ and to save money if you
live in Glasgow, or throughout Scotland, is to use dispute resolution.
Have you thought about trying Collaborative Law?
Contact Local Collaborative Divorce Lawyers
Judith Higson: Scullion Law
0141 374 2121
What is Collaborative Family Law?
Collaborative lawyers keep you out of court. In fact, you can’t go to court if you use a collaborative lawyer. Should negotiations break down between both parties, and a couple decide to go to court, then they have to get different lawyers to represent them. The advantage of this is that collaborative lawyers have a huge incentive (as do the couple) to find a sustainable and acceptable agreement on all matters relating to the divorce.
Collaborative Law differs from using only mediators mainly in that the couple have immediate access to legal advice ‘on tap’ during the sessions. So if you wanted to pop out of the room and have a private chat with your collaborative lawyer, that would be fine, which is not so easily the case with mediation as the mediator must remain completely impartial. So it’s like having someone helping you ‘in your corner’, which can be useful, but also it must be remembered that the collaborative process thrives on the same elements as mediation does – full financial disclosure, and clear communication.
What Kind Of Divorce Do You Want?
Whether you are researching spousal maintenance, how to break up with someone in an amicable way, how to issue a divorce petition or how to avoid an acrimonious divorce, we can connect you to the right person to help you.
PLUS you can access our free: “3 Crucial Facts to Save Thousands on your Divorce” Right here:
You may be searching on google for: ‘solicitors glasgow’, ‘collaborative divorce scotland’, ‘scottish divorce solicitors’ or ‘glasgow collaborative divorce’ – but what you really need is someone to help guide you to the right person to talk to at the right time.
If you want to access Glasgow legal services, Scottish legal services or family law in Scotland, you have come to the right place, since you of course want to minimise any negative effects on your children – and on your bank balance!
For many, it’s not just about the cost of divorce – it’s about how to go through with a divorce without harming the kids and starting over a new life in a positive way.
What Else Do I Need To Know When Divorcing?
You may also want to use a maintenance calculator to work out what income you may be due from your soon-to-be Ex, as part of gathering the financial divorce information together and deciding how you will be splitting assets on separation.
If you want to know how to amicably end a marriage, then being completely transparent with the financial situation is key. But you might want some help. Divorce Financial Planners can help gather the information you need to fill in the form e, and working with a mediator can also help you.
You can access free information on how to complete your form e without using a lawyer if you register for the free resource: Best Way To Divorce Resource Hub.
Luckily for those living in Glasgow, Edinburgh or elsewhere in Scotland, if you are divorcing or dealing with family change due to family or relationship break up, you can now access the benefits of collaborative family law as well as the many financial and wellbeing experts we can introduce you as well.
Need a civil partnership dissolution or to issue a divorce petition, and want to know how to end a marriage amicably?
Use our Child Maintenance Calculator to work out how much you need to pay and access our range of experts in law, finance and wellbeing.
Speak with a Child Psychologist , or a Co Parenting Expert to make sure your children are emotionally supported.
Chat with a Mediator to find out how to fill in your Form E, and to create more peace of mind about how to have an amicable divorce.
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