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Collaborative Law
June 21, 2018

 

Collaborative Law

The best way to deal with family law issues is typically outside of the courtroom. Keeping your separation out of court will save you money and it is less adversarial.


 

There are several options for coming to an agreement and only a few of them involve the court system. Whether you need to settle custody and access, support, or division of marital property, the best way to deal with family law issues is typically outside of the courtroom.

 

Parents or former partners who are committed to a less adversarial process than going to court may use a collaborative law process. It is a voluntary dispute resolution process where parties settle without going to court. Collaborative Practice provides you and your spouse or partner with the support and guidance of your own lawyers. You work with your lawyers as a team to understand each other’s needs and come up with the best solution for both of you and your children.

 

Click here to learn more on collaborative law

 

 

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