Ashton Lawyer Supports Round Table Divorce

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Family Dispute Resolution Week, a week of raising awareness to highlight an alternative for separating couples and their families, begins on November 23rd and Ashton firm, Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers, are offering a free session to those aiming for amicable separation.
Collaborative Law is a new idea in UK divorce law and one which Pearson Solicitors have embraced as a solution for divorcing couples to help reduce the emotional and financial cost on them and their children.
It can also be useful for couples who have simply grown apart but remain amicable.  
As Collaborative lawyer, Tracy Crompton, explains:  “Traditionally when couples split each take independent advice and through lawyers aim for an agreement on how best to settle differences, decide arrangements for the children’s care and to how split the assets. 
“If this cannot be agreed it’s left to the family court to decide often creating delay, uncertainty, economical and emotional costs, but there is another way via collaboration.”
Tracy, of Pearson Solicitors based in Henry Square, Ashton, is a firm believer that for many couples conciliatory separation is best way forward:   “It’s a transition from being adversarial to really working out something that’s better for everyone and is especially important when children are involved.  However, both parties must be in the right frame of mind to opt for collaboration,” she warns.
“Through round table negotiations and by taking the right advice from a collaborative lawyer couples can save time, money and heartache. It’s divorce but not as we traditionally know it and it’s as amicable as possible under the circumstances.”
Collaborative law couples talk about the problems together with their representatives and work out a solution that is right for the whole family, with the added bonus of professional support and documentation.
“It can also provide a much better solution for the children of a separating couple by helping maintain a good working relationship,” Tracy added.
With collaborative law, once a couple have reached agreement they can both be confident the settlement is legally binding, it can be sanctioned by the court without either party having to step foot into the court room making the process quicker and cheaper.
During the awareness week (Nov 23 – 27th) individuals can call Tracy at Pearson Solicitors for a free one-to-one session to find out more about collaborative law.  But it’s not just for this week, Collaboration is something which Tracy supports all year.
As Tracy adds: “I find it a privilege being able to help separated couples reach lasting agreements in this way.  Recently I assisted a couple who had been married for 50 years, did not want a hostile divorce and preferred to separate amicably via collaboration, I was proud to be part of that process”.
  
You can contact Tracy at Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers on 0161 785 3500 or log on to: http://www.pearsonlegal.co.uk/site/contact/solicitors_ashton_under_lyne/
 
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