Collaborative Law

A process for resolving issues with the advice and assistance of lawyers who are trained in this collaborative process.

All parties and their lawyers enter into a participation agreement agreeing to resolve their differences through collaboration thereby not going through the litigation process (court).  They commit to working together in a non-adversarial, respectful way to find solutions that work for everyone involved.

The process allows the individuals involved to control the outcome versus allowing the courts to make the decisions in their regards.  It also allows the specific needs of both parties to be promoted without the underlying threat of contested litigation.

Useful in all kinds of disputes such as:

  • Divorce
  • Wills and Estates
  • Business Disagreements
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