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This directory of Collaborative professionals in Edmonton and area provides the quickest and easiest way to find the qualified professionals you need to obtain a divorce or separation without going to court and needing to deal with all the associated costs and stress.
No two people will need the same support — you may need a collaboratively trained divorce lawyer and a financial planner, another couple may need a mental health therapist for counselling services and a collaborative divorce coach. Yet another couple may just need a family law lawyer who knows how to help a couple through a collaborative divorce.
You have multiple search options (All, Family Lawyers, Financial Professionals, Family Specialists). You can also search by Postal Code if you are interested in “finding a Collaborative Professional in my area”, or by name and keyword.
Jessica Chapman grew up in High Prairie, Alberta and completed all of her post-secondary education at the University of Alberta. She was called to the bar in Alberta in 2004 after articling at a small firm in Stony Plain. Jessica had a general practice until approximately 2008 when she decided to expand her family law practice. Since that time, the bulk of her practice has been family law. In 2010 Jessica completed the required qualifications to join the Association of Collaborative Family Professionals (Edmonton) and has remained a member since that time.
In 2017 Jessica moved from the firm in Stony Plain to the Family Law Office of Legal Aid Alberta in Edmonton. She currently practices in the areas of family law, child welfare, and collaborative family law. Jessica is also part of the Edmonton Emergency Protection Order Program. Jessica strongly believes that access to the collaborative process should be available, regardless of income level.
Jessica also likes camping, hiking, reading, and animals (especially dogs, cats and horses).
So you are married or living together and one of you owns a property, and you are thinking about putting it in joint names. Tread carefully, this can be a minefield.
In my meetings with divorce and common law separation clients I observe that there are typically many divorces occurring at the same time for any one family experiencing separation.
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