Brown Family Law sole practitioner

| Divorce | Family | Mediation and Arbitration |

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After 20 years in the courts, I had my last court appearance in 2019. Court work has a way of consuming time and resources to the detriment of clients who aren’t experiencing a high level of conflict in their separation. When I was litigating, I was in court two or three days a week and sometimes in trial for weeks at a time and therefore unavailable for other clients. Since I stopped litigating, I have more control over my practice and have a more open and flexible schedule. Throughout my career I have been committed to alternative dispute resolution methods. I first trained in Collaborative Family Law in 2003 and have Level II and interdisciplinary training. I was a founding member of the Speed River Collaborative practice group in 2015. I received my mediation training at Harvard Law School’s Negotiation Institute in 2014. A significant advantage in hiring me is the personal attention clients receive. We will communicate regularly on important issues and you will meet with me and not my assistant or a junior lawyer. Because I no longer spend several days a week in the court house I am accessible to clients in a way that was impossible when I was litigating. As a result, matters move quickly to resolution.
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Brown Family Law sole practitioner
164 Norfolk St, Guelph, ON N1H 1Y2,
| Divorce | Family | Mediation and Arbitration |
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