When both parties in a dispute want to stay out of court, they can often successfully negotiate a settlement with the guidance of specially trained lawyers. Both parties enter the process committed to respectful communication. Both lawyers agree that, in the event of not being able to reach a settlement through collaboration, they will not take part in any litigation between the couple.
The Law Society of Saskatchewan recently offered its membership an intensive hands-on workshop on developing exceptional family law Chambers advocacy skills. The twenty-four participants of the workshop were assigned exercises designed to develop their skills in oral...read more
Sean Sinclair recently presented at the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association's "Spousal Support Family Law Conference" on May 11, 2018. His accompanying paper can be read here.read more
Sean Sinclair's paper presented at STLA's "Spousal Support Family Law Conference" on May 11, 2018. Spousal supportread more