Collaborative Law agreement And The Use Of Experts

September 21, 2010 by  
Category: Collaborative Law

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The purpose of the collaboration is to arrive at a separation agreement which best reflects your values and what is important to you. The agreement to collaborate is signed by both clients and both lawyers. All four agree to work together to come to a solution which is advantageous to both clients. Everyone is expected […]

Divorce And Parenting Coaches Help Save Money

October 24, 2008 by  
Category: Collaborative Law, Divorce, Featured, Separation

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The collaborative team process is more than just trying to determine the clients’ legal rights and obligations according to the law. The process looks at the individual needs of the family and tries to find something that works for them so that everyone feels that the resolution is reasonable and fair. Because the process is […]

How The Collaborative Team Process Can Save Money

October 23, 2008 by  
Category: Collaborative Law, Divorce, Separation

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The best way for clients to save money is to use what we call the collaborative team process which is a way of resolving disputes without the matter going to court. In almost every Family Law case, there are disagreements that cannot be resolved by the clients on their own, and so they need some […]

An Experienced Collaborative Lawyer Can Save Both Time And Money

October 22, 2008 by  
Category: Collaborative Law, Divorce, Separation

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There are thousands of people who go through a divorce without any legal representation or help because in my opinion they’re fearful that lawyers will make things worse. But, a collaborative lawyer is not that type of person. A collaborative lawyer is there to help the clients make the best decisions for their whole family, […]

Collaborative Law And Its Use In Family Law

June 2, 2008 by  
Category: Collaborative Law, Divorce, Mediation

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Collaborative family law is a less adversarial process than going to court. The lawyers who represent their clients have special qualifications in collaborative law. Both parties agree that they will use this process in good faith and be honest in bringing information to the table. If an agreement cannot be made, the parties cannot keep […]