A Different Way to Separate and Divorce.
families

Collaborative Practice:

• Avoids going to court
• Clients control the process
• Identifies and addresses interests and concerns of all
• Emphasizes the needs of children
• Encourages mutual respect
• Available at any stage of separation/divorce process
• Provides for open communication
• Prepares individuals for new lives

The Collaborative Practice can be used in many areas
of law such as:
• Family Law
• Commercial Law
• Civil Litigation
• Wills and Estates
• Probate
• Child Protection

 

 

The Saint John Collaborative Practice Group is a group of expertly trained lawyers in the
Greater Saint John area. Below is a list of the lawyers trained collaboratively in the Saint John region:

 

david ames
David Ames, Q.C.

MacDonald Ames
drameslaw@nb.aibn.com

 

 

 

 

Andrea Anderson Mason
Andrea
Anderson Mason

Anderson Mason Law
andersonmasonlaw@nb.aibn.com

 

 

 

Chantal Daigle
Chantal Daigle
Margaret Layden
Margaret Layden
Rod MacDonald
Rodney Macdonald
Brenda Noble
Brenda Noble, Q.C.
Mary-Eileen O'Brien
Mary-Eileen O’Brien
Laura Porter
Laura Porter
Nathalie Thibault Jones
Nathalie Thibault Jones

Thibault Jones Collaborative Law
www.thibaultjones.com
jnt@thibaultjones.com