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Located in Plymouth, Devon, C&C Family Law was established as a specialist practice in 2007 by accredited family lawyers Celia Charlton and Samantha Cook

We provide advice on all aspects of family law, including divorce, children, prenuptial agreements and collaborative law.

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Children
Pre-Nuptial Agreements
Divorce & Separation
Grandparents Rights
Finances on Divorce & Separation
Collaborative Law
Civil Partnership Dissolution
Co-habitation Agreements

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Jul 11

Arbitration

CohabitationFamily arbitration gives couples who are experiencing a break up the chance to resolve disputes by working with an arbitrator.

There are some situations where arbitration might not be suitable, for example if you need to get evidence from third parties or there is a risk that your partner might try to hide assets, but arbitration aims to offer an alternative to going to court for some family cases.

You and your former partner jointly appoint an arbitrator, who acts like a privately instructed judge. The arbitrator makes a decision that will be final and binding on you. The same arbitrator deals with all stages of the case from start to finish. They also make decisions about how the case progresses. This may include, for example, choosing the venue, whether to meet face to face, by telephone or through writing only, or whether to use the arbitrator for the whole process or just parts of it where you are stuck.

The aim is to put in place a process which may be able to offer a quicker, more flexible and less formal approach than a courtroom. The flexibility can make arbitration more cost-effective than court.

You can find out more about arbitration on The Institute of Family Law Arbitrator’s website.

If you need advice about a family breakdown, please check out our website  http://www.candcfamilylaw.co.uk/aboutus.htm, or ring Sam or Celia at C & C Family Law on 01752 222211.

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