What is collaborative law? Is right for you? Collaborative law is a process, used mainly in family disputes, where the parties and their lawyers make a formal commitment to resolve the dispute outside the litigation process in an atmosphere of trust and collaboration.View website
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- collaborative family law, collaborative dispute resolution, mediation, alternative dispute resolution, dispute prevention
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