What is Collaborative Practice?
Collaborative Practice is a method of resolving disputes where participants work with a team of professionals to craft their own agreements. Clients work together in a respectful way, keeping in mind the importance of protecting their children and other involved people from conflict. Decisions are made by the participants without the involvement of a judge or other decision authority.
Collaborative Law, Collaborative Practice, Collaborative Process, and Collaborative Divorce are terms often used interchangeably.
“Collaborative Divorce” refers to the resolution of particular types of family law disputes (divorce and domestic partnerships).
Learn more about resolving family law disputes for marriages and domestic partnerships with a team of professionals.
Trust & Estates Solutions
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