Tuesday, August 12, 2014

An Ounce of Prevention

In most cases, if your lawyer starts a family court proceeding on your behalf before you have first spoken with a collaborative lawyer, you are being done a disservice.  Litigation lawyers do not comprehend the true nature of collaborative practice and therefore they are not in a position to describe the benefits of the collaborative process to you.  To understand the option of collaborative practice which is available to resolve your legal issues, you should talk to an experienced collaborative lawyer.  There are many highly skilled and experienced collaborative lawyers in British Columbia, including in Kelowna and Nelson, as well as Vancouver and Victoria. You can locate an experienced collaborative lawyer at www.bccollaborativerostersociety.com.  It may well be worth your time and trouble to explore collaborative practice before you start a lawsuit.  You may avoid unnecessary stress, time and cost to you. 

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Vancouver Courier Article on Collaborative Practice features Nelson Collaborative Group Lawyer, Danny Zack

Nelson Collaborative Group Lawyer, Danny Zack, was featured in a Vancouver Courier article on May 29, 2014 called "Mutual Respect the Goal of Collaborative Divorce".

Follow the link below to read the full article.


Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Make Peace, Not War

Imagine, lawyers working together, not in opposition to each other, for the benefit of each member of the family in transition.

That is the Collaborative way.