Welcome to KCCL
Collaborative Practice is a no-court alternative to destructive litigation. It’s a problem-solving replacement for an adversarial trial. Collaborative Divorce is a child-centered approach to marriage dissolution. You create the future you want for your post-divorce family and for your children. Yet not just for divorce – it’s a way to get legal advice to address other civil disputes, too.
Find a Professional
All members of King County Collaborative Law have taken special training to learn and build skills to better assist you: basic Collaborative Law training and facilitative, interest-based negotiation and communications skills training. Find a KCCL member
Events – Board meetings, practice group meetings, pod meetings, etc.
Trainings – Various training opportunities of interest to members and potential members