Divorce On Your Own Terms

At James Foulds New Brunswick Law Office, we handle both uncontested and contested divorces in the New Brunswick Area. We can help you find practical solutions to your family dispute while enabling you with the tools required to do so. Our clients have benefitted from our 20 years of legal knowledge and skill.
Under an uncontested divorce, we help you draft a legally binding separation agreement based on mutually agreed terms. The parties benefit as they are in control of the process. If you have already drafted a separation agreement, we can help you apply for the divorce certificate, which is the final step in the process.
Whereas in a contested divorce, the parties are unable to find common grounds and want to use litigation to resolve their disputes. At Foulds & Partners, litigation is the last resort and sometimes used as a tool to help parties appreciate the positive results in other processes.

Alternate Dispute Resolution Could Be Therapeutic

You may already know the different methods, such as mediation, negotiation, and the collaborative approach to settle your family dispute, or you may have some preconceived notions about the processes. At Foulds & Partners, after gathering all the information from you, we can explain to you how each process will work in your personal circumstance so that you are able to appreciate the benefits of each process.

With 20 years of experience and research, we designed some questions for our clients to address the emotional aspect. Your well-being cannot wholly be determined by a divorce settlement; instead we have noticed that by addressing the emotional aspect, parties are able to advance and take control of their lives.
In our initial intake, some questions are targeted to your needs, the needs of your spouse and your children. Some common questions you may expect to answer are:

  • What are your most important goals/hopes/worries etc?
  • What do you think your partner’s most important goals/hopes/worries are?
  • Why do you think these are important to your partner?
  • What does a conflict typically look like between you and your partner?
  • Do you have any concerns about your emotional well-being, physical health?

Looking For A New Beginning? Contact Us To Learn How

Get the answers from a lawyer you need today and move forward with your life. Contact us for an appointment, either by calling us or email our New Brunswick office. All communication is private and confidential.

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