The members of Northwest Collaborative Practice assist and support separating couples as they move through their negotiations in a safe, respectful and efficient process.
Current members include:
Janine Seymour email@example.com
Nicole Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
The members of Collaborative Family Law Group of Grey/Bruce use the collaborative process to emphasize reaching solutions that address the goals of both parties, and meet the needs of the children. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy Doug Kerr
Members of Collaborative Practice Simcoe County offer divorcing families the opportunity to preserve their privacy, dignity, and financial resources and to protect the child/parent relationship. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo credit Jeff S. PhotoArt at HDCanvas.ca
The members of Kawartha Collaborative Practice work to assist divorcing or separating spouses towards an equitable end to their relationship without the acrimony, anxiety and financial cost that often accompanies litigation, and to protect the integrity and health of family relationships. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of Derek Hatfield
Collaborative Practice Sudbury is a group of collaboratively trained professionals serving the greater Sudbury area. We assist families going through separation and divorce using the collaborative process, which allows for a more humane, dignified experience, and provides a creative, unique solution for each family. Please connect to one of our members for more information. Photo courtesy of Wonder_Al.