The Collaborative Process
The Collaborative Law Process is a streamlined conflict resolution option that saves time, money and stress. It avoids litigation and instead involves a series of five or six round-table meetings between the parties and their collaboratively trained lawyers. During these meetings, the parties discuss the problem and its resolution.
There are no court filings, depositions, or hearings. The parties craft their own rules for protecting shared information, thus preserving privacy. Resolution moves at a pace that matches the needs of the parties, typically in a matter of weeks and at a fraction of the cost of traditional litigation.