Welcome to Collaborative Practice

Collaborative Professionals of Canada is dedicated to excellence in the resolution of family conflict, and to the promotion of interdisciplinary collaborative practice as a sensible choice for separating families in Canada.

What is Collaborative Practice?

It starts with a signed agreement not to go to court.

Collaborative Professionals

Collaborative practice, also known as collaborative divorce or collaborative law is a highly effective approach for separating couples to reach agreement in the healthiest possible way.

Collaborative lawyers, family professionals and financial professionals help couples get the legal, financial, emotional and parenting support to make sound decisions and move on with your life.

Collaborative Practice can also help families plan for your future, by working respectfully and sensitively with your partner to reach cohabitation or prenuptial agreements.

Access Professional Development

You will have immediate access to our library of recorded and future professional development on topics of interest to interdisciplinary Collaborative Professionals.

Connection with Other Collaborative Professionals

You will link with other Collaborative Professionals across Canada gaining sources for recommendations and information sharing.

IACP Global Partnership Benefits

As a Global Partner of the IACP, Collaborative Professionals of Canada will share with you the benefits of access to international information and resources.

Recognition on our Website

As an Interdisciplinary Professional committed to excellence in Collaborative Practice.


To contribute to a national voice to advocate for Collaborative Practice.

Promoting Excellence in Collaborative Practice

We facilitate the sharing of resources with our members to promote best practice between Collaborative Professionals.


Connected, Nationwide

There are Collaborative Practice Groups all across Canada. We want to connect Collaborative Practice Groups from coast to coast to coast.

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