Collaborative Practice

Collaborative Law is a process to resolve disputes without going to court.  Each party is represented by a specially-trained attorney and all four sign a Participation Agreement whereby they agree that settlement is the only goal and that the attorneys will withdraw if the process is taken to litigation.

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Mediation

Mediation is an informal and confidential way for families to resolve disputes with the help of a neutral third-party, a mediator, who is trained to help people discuss their differences. The mediator does not decide who is right or wrong or issue a decision. Instead, the mediator helps the parties work out their own solutions to problems and negotiate a settlement of the issues.

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Wevorce

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