ABOUT US

The Shropshire Collaborative Lawyers group was founded in 2004 and has gone from strength to strength ever since.  All lawyers are members of Resolution, a family law organisation that promotes a constructive, non-confrontational approach to family law matters, and have undertaken four days of specialist training to become Collaborative practitioners.

Members of the group are used to working alongside each other and are regularly instructed by clients both within the Collaborative and traditional Court process.  Members can also work with other Collaboratively trained lawyers from other groups or firms outside Shropshire.


Collaborative Law combines all the advantages of out-of-court processes in terms of speed and cost. The Collaborative lawyers use mediation style techniques to reach a common agreement. They share the parties' goals of resolving matters in a constructive way. The parties also have the advantage of their lawyer being with them throughout the process, offering them support and guidance, not only on the law, but on other practical aspects too.


The parties retain the ability to find solutions themselves rather than having solutions imposed on them. It is private, confidential and less humiliating and stressful than the court process. It can be over in a matter of just a few weeks or some months.


To find out more about our philosophy and the aims of Collaborative Practice and Collaborative Law please click here.


For testimonials from our clients about the process please click here.

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ALL ABOUT SHROPSHIRE COLLABORATIVE LAWYERS

Shropshire Collaborative Lawyers provides a supportive environment and information to everyone and anyone who needs it. Since 2000, our one-of-a-kind Family Support Group is composed of a welcoming and experienced community with individuals who are ready to listen, share advice, and offer whatever they can to help.

We are proud to be a reliable source of comfort, compassion, and understanding. Our goal is to help one another by assisting in resolving problems, teaching important practices, and offering additional resources.

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