Speed River Collaborative

Areas: Guelph, Fergus County, Wellington County 7 Members Chair: Andre Hueniken
Website: www.speedrivercollaborative.ca
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The members of Speed River Collaborative will work with you toward separation and divorce using a cooperative and cost-effective approach that avoids the unnecessary trauma of litigation. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of Avelino Zepeda

Speed River Collaborative

Collaborative Practice Windsor

Areas: Windsor, Essex County 10 Members Chair: Jennifer Suzor
Website: www.collaborativepracticewindsor.com
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The members of Collaborative Practice Windsor work as a team to arrive at a solution that works for everyone in your family. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of cmh2315fl via Flickr.

Collaborative Practice Windsor

Collaborative Practice of Waterloo Region

Areas: Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge, Wellington County 32 Members Chair: Jennifer Black / Lawrence Greaves
Website: www.best4all.ca
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The members of Collaborative Practice of Waterloo Region can help you achieve your goals and reduce stress during the divorce process using a collaborative approach. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of Andre Recnik

Collaborative Practice of Waterloo Region

Collaborative Practice York Region

Areas: York Region, Newmarket, Markham, Unionville, Vaughan 60 Members Chair: Cindy Chisvin
Website: www.yorkcollaborativepractice.com
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The members of Collaborative Practice York Region are committed to assisting separating couples to resolve their family law disputes a better way – using the collaborative process. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of Tim Welbourn

Collaborative Practice York Region

Collaborative Practice Niagara

Areas: Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Port Colborne, St. Catharines, Welland, Stoney Creek 17 Members Chair: Gillian Sheldrick
Website: www.collaborativepracticeniagara.com
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The members of Collaborative Practice Niagara believe it is in the best interests of separating spouses and their families to avoid adversarial proceedings, to resolve their conflicts with minimum conflict, and to work together to create shared solutions to their issues. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of Kalen Emsley

Collaborative Practice Niagara

Peel Halton Collaborative

Areas: Peel Region, Halton Region, Oakville, Mississauga 32 Members Chair: Verena Fraser / Ines Gotal
Website: www.peelcollaborative.com
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The members of Peel Halton Collaborative use the unique problem-solving approach inherent in the collaborative process to allow divorcing and separating couples to put family first and to reach creative solutions without stepping foot in a courtroom. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo copyright Queen’s Printer for Ontario, photo source: Ontario Growth Secretariat, Ministry of Municipal Affairs”

Peel Halton Collaborative

Collaborative Practice Hamilton/Halton

Areas: Hamilton, Halton Region 45 Members Chair: Elizabeth A. Urban
Website: www.collabfamlaw.com
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The members of Collaborative Practice Hamilton/Halton are committed to resolving family differences through discussion and agreement rather than using the court process. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional.

Collaborative Practice Hamilton/Halton

Collaborative Family Law London & Middlesex

Areas: London, Middlesex County 15 Members Chair: Theresa Wilhelm
Website: www.collabfamilylaw.com
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The members of the Collaborative Family Law Group of London and Middlesex are trained collaborative professionals who believe that it is in the best interests of the family to resolve differences with minimal conflict and without going to court. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of Douglas Keddy, UWO Comms staff

Collaborative Family Law London & Middlesex

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Collaborative Family Law Group

Areas: Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk 14 Members Chair: Deborah Ditchfield
Website: www.collaborativefamilylawgroup.ca
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The members of Brant Haldimand Norfolk Collaborative Family Law Group offer separating families a healthy alternative to the often destructive court process. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional.

Brant Haldimand Norfolk Collaborative Family Law Group

Collaborative Divorce Toronto

Area: Toronto 106 Members Chair: Mitchell Ornstein
Website: https://collaborativepracticetoronto.com
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The members of Collaborative Practice Toronto use the unique problem solving approach inherent in the collaborative process to allow divorcing and separating couples to put family first and to reach creative solutions without stepping foot in a courtroom. Please see our website for further information and to find a trained collaborative professional. Photo courtesy of MURUCUTU on Unsplash

Collaborative Divorce Toronto