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CDRP
Rockville, Maryland, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Other
Area(s) of Practice: Residential Real Estate
License(s): Maryland, Virginia, DC
Collaborative Practice Simcoe County
Wasaga Beach, Ontario, Canada
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer
Area(s) of Practice: Rose Pellar has been a Family Law Lawyer since 1997. She started her own practice in 1997 in Toronto and has since had the privilege of practicing as an Associate Lawyer with Oatley, Purser’s Family Law Division in Barrie , with McGee & Fryer in Unionville and with Galbraith Family Law in Barrie. On October 1, 2006 she opened up her own firm of Pellar Family Law in Wasaga Beach. Rose Pellar understands very well the toll separation takes on families, particularly the children. Consequently, her goal is to help her clients achieve resolution while avoiding the detrimental effects of lengthy court battles and high legal fees. Rose Pellar recommends the collaborative process in which the parties and their lawyers agree not to threaten or take court action. The parties are then able to obtain an agreement in a respectful manner, in usually a shorter amount of time and therefore usually with less legal costs. Rose Pellar handles cases which use the Collaborative Process, and negotiated settlements which culminate in signed separation agreements.
License(s): Lawyer
Collaborative Practice Simcoe County
Alliston, Ontario, Canada
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Barrister, Lawyer, Solicitor
Area(s) of Practice: Roxanne C. Shank has considerable experience assisting couples in achieving family law settlements via court proceedings as well as by way of negotiated agreements. Roxanne understands that every family is unique and is strongly committed to advocating for her clients to achieve individualized solutions that meet the needs of the parties in family law disputes as well as those of children who are affected by the consequences of a separation. Roxanne is a strong proponent of the collaborative process in instances where both parties are committed to negotiating towards an agreement that is in both parties’ best interests. Many individuals prefer a collaborative family law solution as resorting to litigation can often be exhaustive of the time, money and energy of all persons involved. Roxanne has a wealth of litigation experience and practiced family law at a full service boutique firm before she founded Shank Law Professional Corporation.
License(s): Barrister and Solicitor, Lawyer
Collaborative Practice Simcoe County
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Financial Professional
Area(s) of Practice: Scott is a Manager in the Financial Advisory Services (FAS) practice with the national accounting firm BDO Canada LLP, based in BDO’s Barrie office. Scott is a Chartered Professional Accountant (2016) and a Registered Student with The Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators. Since joining BDO in 2013, Scott has gained diversified public practice experience in the financial advisory services, compliance, accounting and assurance, and taxation fields, and has experience in a variety of industries. Scott has worked with local family law lawyers and separating spouses since joining the FAS practice in 2017. Scott’s primary services include business valuations and income determinations for spousal and child support including those with a forensic component. Scott also provides assistance with the preparation of net family property statements, quantifying tax liabilities, and assisting with tax efficient settlement agreements.
License(s): Financial Specialist
Collaborative Practice Simcoe County
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer
Area(s) of Practice: Shannon attended law school at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England. After completing her LL.B. Shannon returned to Canada to complete her Master of Laws at the University of Toronto. During her Masters, Shannon focused on international human rights, and children and the law. Her focus on children and the law led to an internship opportunity with the equality effect in Meru, Kenya and then to a career in family law. Shannon is organized, dedicated, and solution driven. Her goal is to ensure families transition into the next step of their lives as effectively as possible and to ensure that all parties are provided with the tools to maintain healthy relationships in the future.
License(s): Lawyer
Collaborative Practice Simcoe County
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Financial Professional
Area(s) of Practice: The emotional aspects of divorce are often compounded when dealing with the financial issues relating to marital breakdown. A Chartered Financial Divorce Specialist provides a unique set of skills providing a much more detailed and focused approach to addressing these needs than a traditional financial advisor. Terri is a Chartered Financial Divorce Specialist with over 25 years of experience in the banking and Wealth Management fields. Trained in the collaborative process, Terri’s role is that of a financial neutral, assisting couples with gathering, documenting, and making sense of their financial information. Terri can review settlement options and proposals with you to determine the long-term implications and effect on your future well-being. Education is key in preparing clients for better decision-making. Terri helps clients increase their comfort level with regards to financial planning, budgeting, insurance, and investments and can make appropriate referrals and introductions to ensure all one’s needs are met post divorce.
License(s): Financial Specialist
Collaborative Practice Simcoe County
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer
Area(s) of Practice: Senior family law lawyer, Tessa Bair, brings an informed and compassionate approach to assisting clients in what is, typically, a challenging period in their lives. Goals Tessa emphasizes time and cost-efficient solutions to family law problems. She places her client’s needs first, by striving to obtain low conflict, high satisfaction resolutions. Family Law should not be mystifying. Tessa believes in educating her clients, to empower them to obtain their best results. She provides her clients with choice, meticulous preparation and a child-centred approach to resolving Family Law affairs. Education & Experience Tessa graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School. She was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1990 and to the Bar of Alberta in 1992. She practiced law in Edmonton, Alberta before joining a Bay Street, boutique firm, in Toronto, Ontario. In 1996, she joined the leading Barrie firm of Oatley, Purser. She led Oatley, Purser’s Family Law Division for approximately six years before forming Bair Family Law, Professional Corporation.
License(s): Lawyer
CDRP
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Financial Professional, Mediator
Area(s) of Practice: Financial Neutral Collaborative Practice, Divorce Financial Planning, Comprehensive Financial Planning, Investment Management
License(s): CFP®, CDFA®
New Jersey Collaborative Law Group
Shrewsbury, New Jersey, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Financial Professional
Area(s) of Practice: Divorce & Home Loan Specialist, Advising Judges, Mediators & Attorneys in Spousal Buyouts and funding homr loans to keep families in the marital home or provide funding for a new Fresh Start Home Loan.
License(s): NJ, NY, PA, CT, FL
Collaborative Practice Professionals of Illinois
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Mental Health Professional, Psychologist, Mediator, Other
Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach; Child Specialist; Parent Coach Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy
License(s): 071-008689
Collaborative Divorce Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Barrister, Lawyer, Solicitor
Area(s) of Practice: Family Law
License(s): J.D.
Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County
Rancho Cucamonga, California, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Mental Health Professional
Area(s) of Practice: Children, adolescents, adults, and families going through divorce. Addiction, victimization, and trauma issues. Adolescents and adults of have caused sexual harm.
License(s): California Boar of Behavioral Sciences - LMFT License #16037 CASOMB (California Sex Offender Ma #nagement Board) Certified Independent Practioner #RIV3552
Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County
Rancho Cucamonga, California, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Mental Health Professional
Area(s) of Practice: Children, adolescents, adults, and families in divorce situations. Victimization, trauma, and attachment disorder issues. Adolescents and adults who have caused sexual harm.
License(s): California Board of Behavioral Sciences - LMFT License #30213 CASOMB (California Sex Offender Management Board) Certified Independent Practitioner #SHI0102
Collaborative Family Law Professionals of South Florida
Miami, Florida, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer, Mediator
Area(s) of Practice: Family Law
License(s): Florida Bar Member Certified Mediator
Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois
Naperville, Illinois, United States
Member type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer, Mediator
Area(s) of Practice: Family law, collaborative law, divorce, parentage, post divorce, mediation
License(s): Illinois State Bar