Collaborative lawyers believe the court system based on conflict with “winners” and “losers” can be counter productive and unnecessary for many separating couples and have created a process that focuses on “interests” rather than legal rights per se.
Lawyers who provide services in Collaborative Family Law
Katherine Lee Shadbolt
Firm: Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP
Firm: Nelligan Law
Firm: Christopher Arnold, Barrister & Solicitor
Firm: P. Barron Family Law
Firm: Low Murchison Radnoff LLP
Joseph Patrick Hamon
Firm: Hamon Family Law
Firm: MacKinnon & Phillips
Firm: CCY Family Law
If providing Collaborative Family Law Services, a Lawyer must have taken the required Collaborative Family Practice training as required by the OACP and Collaborative Practice Ottawa and be a practicing panel member of Collaborative Practice Ottawa.