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Dispute Resolution Processes

Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law of Collaborative Practice is an out-of-court settlement process where parties and their lawyers try to reach an agreement satisfying the needs of all parties and any children involved.  The parties agree to provide all relevant information.  If the parties engage in contested litigation, their Collaborative lawyers cannot represent them in court.  The process typically involves “four-way meetings” with the parties and lawyers and possibly other professionals such as neutral financial specialists, communications coaches, child specialists, or appraisers.