Collaborative Law

Aug 8, 2012 by

What is Collaborative Law? Collaborative Law is a new way of handling a divorce dispute that uses specially-trained lawyers to settle the divorce issues with respect and without a trial. In a collaborative law case, no party may even threaten to take the case to court. If a lawyer should take such an action, they would be barred from representing their client permanently. Why Do I Need a Specially Trained Lawyer? A lawyer trained in collaborative law is necessary because they’re taught to...

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Mediation & Collaboration Divorce Alternatives

Aug 8, 2012 by

When it comes time to seek a divorce there are a few different options to the traditional method of battling the matter out in a courtroom. There are two lower cost alternatives available in the form of divorce mediators and collaborative lawyers that both spouses can share. Instead of each spouse hiring their own traditional divorce representation, divorce mediation and collaborative law can be good options for reasons of reduced cost and increased convenience.   Divorce mediation...

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