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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.

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    Lorraine A. Stark

    Family lawyer

    Lorraine’s attentive, skilled, calm and intuitive approach has helped many going through the pain and stress of separation and divorce to create satisfying, workable settlement agreements outside of court, bringing peace and closure to their conflict and renewed hope for their future.

    She is a strong proponent of an interest based approach to meet client needs and those of their children.…

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    Dayna E. Kwasney

    Barrister & Solicitor, Mediator

    Originally from Athabasca, Alberta, I joined Quantz Law shortly after completing my Juris Doctor degree in 2014 from the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta. I was called to the Alberta Bar as a Barrister and Solicitor in July 2015 and mainly practice in the areas of Family Law, Mediation, Real Estate, and Wills and Estates.…

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    Marla S. Miller Q.C.

    Family lawyer

    Marla has been an integral part of the Collaborative Divorce movement in Edmonton, being one of the founding members of the Edmonton Association and spearheading the initial training in Edmonton in 2001 by bringing in the founder of Collaborative Divorce, Stu Webb. She continues her role with the Edmonton Association on an almost daily basis.

    Having been influenced early on in her legal career by the mediation training she received over 30 years ago, Marla gave up court as an option well before the advent of Collaboration as a formal process.…

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    Katherine Palmer

    Katherine is a lawyer, mediator, Registered Collaborative Family Lawyer and Partner at Strathcona Law Group LLP. Katherine obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Alberta in 2009, where she was awarded the Horace Harvey Medal as the student with the highest GPA in her graduating class.

    Katherine originally practiced with a large regional law firm in Edmonton before making the transition into the practice of family law with Strathcona Law Group in 2013.

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    Dr. Greg Pickering Ph.D.

    Mental health professional/coach

    I am one of the 6 first trained CFL professionals in Edmonton and have been involved for about 16 years as a Divorce Coach and a Child Specialist.  Outside of the CFL work, I also specialize in the area of Separation and Divorce by doing a variety of other work.  This includes mediation of child and parenting matters, Practice Note 7 work.…

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    Mark T Johnson LL.B., RCFL

    Family lawyer

    I have been a General practitioner in Alberta since 1979, including collaborative family law, estates, corporations and real estate. If I don’t do it, I probably know someone who does. My clients are all around the province but mostly in South Edmonton, Leduc, and the Camrose-Wetaskiwin area. About 11 years ago, I “discovered” the Collaborative Divorce Process and found it so positive for both families and lawyers.…

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    Tim Perry

    Family lawyer

    Tim Perry has been a member of the Law Society of Alberta since 1987. He has practiced family law his entire career. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Association of Collaborative Professionals (Edmonton). He has been actively practicing collaborative law since 2002.

    Tim has helped numerous clients successfully resolve the issues surrounding their divorce by applying his training and experience as a certified collaborative lawyer.…

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    Cassandra Jackson

    Cassandra Jackson completed her articles with Masuch Law LLP and became an associate lawyer with the firm in June 2017.

    Through her experiences, Cassandra has taken a keen interest in family law and has found the work extremely rewarding and fulfilling.  She believes that her obligation as a lawyer is to heal conflict and ensure that families are able to move forward in a stable and healthy manner.…

    Photo of Ms. Eleanor K. Boddy Q.C.

    Ms. Eleanor K. Boddy Q.C.

    Family lawyer

    Eleanor has been practicing law for more than 45 years.  Since 1991, Eleanor has been a sole practitioner with her practice almost exclusively in family law.  She has been a registered collaborative family lawyer since 2005.  The collaborative process provides options to assist the parties reach a solution for settlement agreeable to both parties.  It employs other trained collaborative professionals to provide information and advice to the parties in reaching a settlement. …

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    Andrew J. Lawson

    Family Lawyer

    Andrew was part of the 2001 initial training and Collaborative Divorce movement in the Edmonton area and has continued to utilize the Collaborative Family Law process with select clients.

    Andrew has 29 years of experience at all levels of the Alberta court system but believes that the interest based negotiation and problem solving ability of the Collaborative Family Law process is preferred to minimize the emotional, social, and economic consequences of divorce.…

     

    

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