Changing the Experience of Family Dispute Resolution: Collaborative Principles in the Courtroom
by Laura Fryer from the Ontario Bar Association Newsletter, Volume 22, No. 2, November 2010
No Court Divorce That Puts Kids First Gaining Popularity
from the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation, September 16, 2010.
Legal affairs: A kinder court
Published in the February 18, 2008 issue of Canadian Business, this article quotes CPT member Victoria Smith.
My dream divorce:
A growing number of couples -- and lawyers -- are deciding to do divorce differently
This article was published in the February 16, 2008 issue of The Ottawa Citizen.
Finding a 'lifeline' through divorce
This article was published in the Toronto Star January 14, 2008 issue. CPT members Nicola Savin and Judith Huddart are quoted in the article.
The Friendly Divorce
This article first published in the September issue of Today’s Parent, highlights the many benefits of Collaborative Practice for separating parents and their children.
Must divorce end in acrimony?
CPT Financial Professionals Kathryn Jankowski and Eva Sachs were featured in a “Money 401” column by Ellen Roseman in last Sunday’s Star. The many benefits that Collaborative professionals can bring to separating spouses facing the prospect of maintaining two households instead of one, were highlighted.
Divorce without conflict?
This article was written by Margie Rutledge, for the Globe and Mail March 18, 2006. CPT members Victoria Smith and Jacqueline Peeters are quoted in the article.