Saskatoon SK Family Lawyers Knott den Hollander Law Firm
One of your family lawyer’s most important jobs is to empower you to make good decisions. Saskatoon firm Knott den Hollander informs you about the law, identifies your options, and helps you choose the approach best suited to your personal and financial needs. With a client-centered focus, more than 80 years’ combined experience, and a solid reputation in the legal community, Knott den Hollander can help you find solutions to your family law matters.
“We see ourselves as agents of change,” says firm partner Holly Ann Knott. “We want to help people who have troubling family law matters to move forward to a better situation. We are a legal resource and knowledge base for clients to expand options and identify practical solutions.”
Partner Connie den Hollander adds, “We take the time to learn what’s important to our clients. This way, we can help them achieve solutions that address their underlying needs and unique personal circumstances. By determining what clients want for their future, the lawyers and the clients can work toward outcomes to meet not only immediate needs but also future goals.”
Collaborative Law for better results
One way the firm puts control in the client’s hands is by offering the collaborative process. In this process, couples in conflict and their lawyers meet together in a respectful environment to achieve negotiated settlements. “In the collaborative model, people make decisions that are best for themselves and their families,” Knott says. “They can be more creative and make solutions that meet their own needs.”
The collaborative process recognizes the importance of parental relationships and children’s needs. With the collaborative process, there is a wider range of potential outcomes than a judge has at his or her disposal. When people create their own solutions, they’re more committed to making it work.
Creating a comfort zone
The lawyers at Knott den Hollander provide professional service in a comfortable setting.
“We’re approachable,” says Knott, “We show respect and listen to what the client has to say. Legal problems can be intimidating. We try to demystify the law by using plain language that clients can understand.”
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