The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are.
During an Early Neutral Consultation, individuals and couples can ask questions, learn about their options and determine next steps.
Confidential Early Neutral Consultation
Empowering you with the knowledge, clarity, and support you need to choose the right process and support team for your family and situation.
What is Early Neutral Consultation?
An Early Neutral Consultation is an informational, confidential meeting where couples can ask questions and get clarification on the separation and divorce processes available to them in Canada. There is no legal advice provided and you are not required to make any decisions or discuss negotiations during this meeting. This the first step in determining if working with a Financial Divorce Strategist will meet your needs, and from here, we will discuss your next steps.
What are the benefits of an Early Neutral Consultation?
It is a cost-effective way to get information on separation and divorce;
You will learn about the different options available and how to determine which one is right for your circumstances;
You will receive the information you both need to ensure the future success of your family unit, together and apart; and
You will feel more in control of the financial divorce/separation process.
When should you set up an Early Neutral Consultation?
It is best to get help as early in the separation process as possible, but you can set up an Early Neutral Consultation at any point during your separation or divorce.
Do both partners have to be present during the Early Neutral Consultation?
When possible, working together is the best way to reach an amicable solution. I can meet with both of you at the same time, apart, or with only one of you. It is important to me that you both receive good and valuable information so that you can make informed choices about the process that will work best for you and your family.