What Is Collaborative Law?
Collaborative law is a way of settling disputes without going to court. The objective is to reach a compromise rather than “win” and take something from the other party.
As part of the process, both parties will hire separate attorneys who will then work to reach a satisfactory agreement. If they fail to do so and decide to take the matter to court, the collaborative law process ends, and the attorneys are no longer permitted to participate in the case.
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