In the collaborate process both parties agree from the start to achieve a mutually agreeable settlement without court involvement. With the threat of court taken out of the equation the spouses, with the help of their own attorneys and other experts, are able to work together to create an agreement that meets the needs… Read More »
Collaborative practice refers to the process of removing disputes from the fight and win setting of a courtroom into a troubleshoot and problem solve setting of resolution. The parties use negotiations to settle their case, usually with their collaborative team.
The team usually consists of the parties, their collaboratively trained attorneys, and their collaboratively trained financial neutral and mental health neutral. The parties share the financial and mental health professional, which is why they are called neutral. The team meets on several occasions to work together in order to troubleshoot and problem solve instead… Read More »