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Category: Collaborative Practice

Preserve Relationships

Friday, 9 December, 2016

Preserving Your Relationships with Collaborative Practice

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How is Collaborative Practice different from Litigation?

Thursday, 24 November, 2016

Collaborative Practice is a process which resolves conflict without going to court.

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The Disqualification Clause

Wednesday, 12 October, 2016

​The provision in the Collaborative Practice Agreement that provides that if the collaborative process breaks down or is ended for any reason the lawyers are disqualified from representing either party in litigation is what makes collaborative practice different from mediation, lawyer negotiation or other alternate dispute resolution processes.

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What Is Collaborative Practice

Wednesday, 24 August, 2016

Collaborative Practice is a way to create a settlement climate deliberately. This is done by removing the trial aspects from consideration. Collaborative lawyers agree to take cases, on a case by case basis, for settlement only.

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How To Choose A Collaborative Lawyer

Wednesday, 23 September, 2015
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Collaborative Practice Training

Wednesday, 22 July, 2015
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Divorce Optionsseminars

Monday, 16 February, 2015
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What Is Collaborative Practice?

Thursday, 1 January, 2015
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