Collaborative law

Collaborative law

Definition

Each party is represented by a collaborative lawyer who uses problem solving techniques to assist the parties in settling the case; in the event litigation is required, the collaborative lawyer is required to enter into a contract with the opposing party allowing for the lawyer's disqualification.

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