Collaborative law is a dispute resolution technique that differs substantially from mediation or arbitration.
In collaborative law, the parties to the dispute and their lawyers work toward a solution together. If the parties are unable to resolve their issues and go to court, the lawyers for the collaboration disengage. If the parties abandon the attempt at collaboration, they must find new counsel.
The following article provides an excellent discussion of collaborative law and whether it will be beneficial for your case...
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