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What is Collaborative Law?
The Collaborative Law Process is a way of helping people resolve disputes by working together respectfully to find their own interest-based, equitable resolutions.
An interest-based approach
Collaborative Divorce is creative and supportive approach that considers the needs and interests of both spouses in a marriage dissolution or legal separation.
For the children
The Collaborative Law Process helps parents create a two-home future for the family by supporting effective parent communication and focus on children’s needs and interests.
Is Collaborative Law Process different than Mediation?
Both Collaborative Law and Mediation are processes that encourage and support self-determined agreement. The Collaborative Law Process differs from Mediation because the Collaborative approach starts with a written commitment to avoid court or threats of litigation. The threat of going to court as an alternative to agreement is not used as a negotiation strategy in the Collaborative Process but is often used in a mediation process.
Using the Collaborative Law process, you will create, determine and choose your best settlement with the assistance of professionals who support your goal of a self-determined outcome.
There’s a better way for your family to move forward. Discover more about Collaborative Law for Divorce, Legal Separation or Parenting Plans.