What Is Collaborative Practice?
Collaborative Practice is a way to resolve family law disputes in a respectful and mutually agreed-upon process. Rather than turning decision-making power over to a third party, couples in the collaborative process work with a team of trained professionals, who are included as needed based on the issues in dispute.
The collaborative team ensures that both parties’ needs and interests are fully recognized and addressed.
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Rather than resort to litigation, which inevitably increases conflict and tends to polarize positions, the collaborative team works together to ensure that both parties’ needs and interests are fully recognized and addressed.
Clients retain the power to create a resolution that meets their particular needs and priorities. Through a series of confidential meetings with the collaborative team, issues can be resolved and lasting agreements reached.
For many people faced with family law disputes, Collaborative Practice can provide an appropriate and well-supported alternative to a costly and acrimonious court battle over marital property, support, and child custody.