Milton Keynes Collaborative Law Group |

Welcome to Milton Keynes Collaborative Law Group

Collaborative Law is a way of resolving any issue in a non-confontational way that arises between a couple on separation including the arrangements for the children.

Collaborative Law offers :

  • Respectful problem solving in round table meetings
  • Creative and solution driven process
  • Working to agreed objectives in open and supportive environment
  • Agenda of your family priorities
  • Assistance from your lawyer throughout the process

Who Are the Milton Keynes Collaborative Law Group?

Milton Keynes Collaborative Law Group comprises like-minded professionals who embrace the ethos of the Collaborative Law process and are committed to its benefits. They have an established register of experts from other professions they can draw on should they need to and the professional resource to provide the wide plethora of support needed.

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Separated Parents Information Programme

The Separated Parents Information Programme (SPIP) is a course designed to help separated parents become clear about what their children need most from them and learn the fundamental principles of how to manage conflict and difficulties – including how to put this into practice. If you make an application to Court you will be directed to attend a SPIP, or you may well find it beneficial to enrol on a SPIP at an earlier stage of your separation. The programme is usually delivered to a mixed group of parents in one 4 hour session or sometimes in two 2 hour sessions. Separated couples do not go on the same course but it is important that both parents go on a programme. Our local SPIP is offered by Action for Children in the Oxford and Milton Keynes area. They are currently offering the SPIP in Bletchley, Leighton Buzzard and Waddesdon near Aylesbury.

For further information and dates please contact Kirsty French. Providers are also listed on CAFCASS.

Milton Keynes Collaborative Law Group