Category Archives: Collaborative Law

4 Reasons to Select the Collaborative Law Process

Collaborative law is a method of case-resolution, in which parties voluntarily agree to settle their disputes without court intervention, as opposed to using the methods of litigation or mediation. A series of meetings are conducted with the parties, their counsel [...Read More]

Mediation – an Inside Look

What is mediation? Mediation is a voluntary, alternative dispute resolution process in which a neutral third party is appointed to assist the parties in reaching a mutually agreeable settlement.  Mediation can be used in the following family law cases: divorce, [...Read More]

National Grief Awareness Day on August 30th

August 30th is National Grief Awareness Day. Grief is not only managing the feelings of a loss of a loved one or close friend but also enduring an extreme change in lifestyle. Family law litigation, including divorce, custody and support [...Read More]

Free Seminar: Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediation and Collaborative Law

Community Outreach Seminar Series presents, free to the public, Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediation and Collaborative Law. Learn the alternatives to Litigation including mediation, collaborative process, Arbitration. Discover the advantages as well, such as privacy, control over the process, and creating [...Read More]

Collaborative Law: The Nuts and Bolts

What is Collaborative Law? Collaborative law is a voluntary process that parties enter into which allows them to settle their disputes without court intervention. The collaborative process is unique in that it is interdisciplinary.  The parties must each be represented [...Read More]