collaborative law provides options for co-parenting

Sometimes conflicts or legal problems require more than one or two points of view. That's why we are certified by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals to  practice in the area of collaborative law.  In collaborative cases, both parties retain specially trained attorneys who have received training in areas including interest-based negotiation and conflict resolution.  In a collaborative case, the team agrees to meet and work out the best possible resolution of the conflict using the skills learned in collaborative training sessions.   Generally collaborative practices are most often engaged in family, especially custody cases, but many attorneys are recognizing the benefits and applying collaborative practice to other areas.  

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