Sharp Family Law
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Collaborative practice helps separating and divorcing couples to resolve their differences respectfully, in private and without the threat of court action.
"Collaborative Practice puts the kids first, All the decisions are what we made - not the lawyers or the judges. It gave us control over the outcome of our divorce."
"I tell people that you can choose collaborative or spend £25,000 and a lot of sleepless nights on a traditional divorce because Collaborative Practice expedites the process. The normal ritual is to demoralise the other party. Collaborative builds trust and finds closure."
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Recognised as a leader in Collaborative Practice:
Richard Sharp believes that a thoughtful, reasoned settlement is always better and healthier for his client than a positional, adversarial Divorce Court hearing. His goal is to help a client identify and achieve what is important to them so they can move forward with their life. He is recognised as a leader in the collaborative practice community in England and Wales
Please contact Richard Sharp to learn more about Collaborative Practice and to schedule a time to talk about it.
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