Collaborative Family Law & Mediation
Professional Support and Peaceful Collaboration
Divorce can be costly, both financially and emotionally. You don’t want to go to court. You don’t want your kids involved in a messy divorce. You just want a reasonable, tidy, permanent separation so that everyone can move on with their lives.
It’s time to consider Collaborative Divorce, a no-court approach in which both spouses have legal representation and access to professional experts who provide parenting, financial, and emotional support for you and your children.
In short, Collaborative Divorce results in a clean divorce, to the benefit of all parties involved.
Why Choose Clean Divorce ?
Rahul Aggarwal is a respected member of the Law Society of British Columbia, and he hosts informal public meetings to explain the Family Law Act and how it impacts parents and children in separated or divorced situations.
He sees clients from all backgrounds and economic groups suffer the emotional, financial, and physical effects of bitter divorces. Rahul decided that his goal as a lawyer would be to keep spouses and children out of court, and so began his career as a Collaborative Divorce lawyer. Today, Rahul is honored and fulfilled in his career. He continues to help many families find peace during and after separation or divorce, and he can help you, as well.
Call Clean Divorce Today
If you need to discuss divorce or separation with a lawyer, or you have questions about mediation and Collaborative Divorce, call Clean Divorce. Your top choice for family lawyer services in Vancouver, New Westminster, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond, and the Greater Vancouver area.
During your initial consultation, Rahul can answer all of your questions and equip you with the information you need to make wise decisions for your life, your children, and your finances.
When people decide that they are going to get divorced, some just want to get it over with as fast as possible, and others are more motivated to save as much money as possible. Some couples can barely stand to be in the same room as each other, and others are able to remain friendly.
When people get married, they don’t do so with the thought that they may get divorced one day. When people think of divorce, they usually think of the nasty divorces that they see play out on television and in the movies…where exes are fighting over assets and child custody. Fortunately, that isn’t the only option.
If you are having a difficult time dealing with your spouse with regard to your separation, it may help to contact a mediator. You may also find that choosing Collaborative Divorce over a court-based divorce can minimize the amount of hard feelings and anger towards each other. Contact Clean Divorce for a FREE 20-minute initial