Month: November 2017

Collaborative practice and family law

Collaborative practice can assist in a wide-range of family law matters

When lots of individuals think about collaborative practice, they often think of collaborative divorce. After all, there are more and more individuals out there who are looking to resolve their divorce amicably outside of court. However, collaborative practice isn’t limited to helping in divorce matters only. Collaborative practice can aside in all kinds of family …

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Collaborative divorce prevents future litigation

Collaborative divorce can prevent future litigation

When many think about the idea of a collaborative divorce, they can wonder about the benefits of trying to resolve a case collaboratively.  Some can even contemplate the idea of two collaborative lawyers and the professionals that can help (mental health and financial professionals) can can wonder if all of that is needed. Some might …

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