How is Collaborative Practice Different?

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collaborative practiceCollaborative Practice is about cooperation, not confrontation.

It is about Representation, not Litigation. Decisions and negotiations take place out of court. It is a NO COURT approach to separation and divorce.

Collaborative Practice relies on a sense of cooperation, honesty, integrity and professionalism focused on the future well-being of the separating/divorcing clients and children.

Collaborative Practice can be used to help parties resolve family law disputes, including parenting issues, property settlement and divorce. Meetings and conferences between clients and lawyers, family coaches and financial specialists are used to settle all issues in dispute.