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. He hosts informal public meetings to explain the Family Law Act, impact both parents and children in separated or divorced situations.
Rahul sees clients from all backgrounds and economic groups, who suffer emotional, financial, and physical effects of bitter divorces. Rahul decided that his goal as a lawyer is to keep spouses and children out of court, so began his career as a Collaborative Divorce lawyer. Being able to help his clients in their difficult times, Rahul feels 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. With offices in Vancouver and New Westminster locations, Clean Divorce is your top choice for family law 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.
Divorces are often messy and cause a lot of stress. A collaborative divorce is an easier way for both parties to put the past behind them and move on with their lives. It’s also easier on the children, if the couple has any, and will save you both time and money so that you can
Divorce weighs heavy not just on the couple who are going through the separation but also the family members who are naturally concerned and affected by it too. It’s hard to envision a couple as single individuals after months or years of seeing them together. It is natural to help them sort out their differences
Ending a relationship can be a rather emotional and tough decision. After all, no one chooses to separate or divorce unless the relationship has become unbearable. Some separating couples are able simply come to terms, “shake hands”, and walk away; most cannot. If you do not have children or property, the process is much easier.