What is Collaborative Law?
Frequently Asked Questions About Collaborative Divorce
There’s a better way for your family to move forward. Discover more about Collaborative Law for divorce, legal separation or parenting plans.
The Collaborative Law Process is a way of helping people resolve disputes by working together respectfully to find their own interest-based, equitable resolutions.
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.