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Unlike mediation, you have the benefit of your own counsel in the collaborative process to explain the law and process, and more importantly to advocate on your behalf. If you are not well versed in the law or your assets, or have complex assets in a divorce, having your own representation is more critical to making an informed decision. Further, if you cannot come to an agreement, you litigate your matters.  Given this and the costs and time to go through litigation, we are of the strong belief that the collaborative law process should be viewed as simply “worth the try”.

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Providing alternatives to empower families to amicably resolve their legal disputes 
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