Q) What is the Goal of Collaborative Law?
A) The goal or purpose of collaborative law is to offer lawyers and their clients a structured, non-adversarial alternative to an increasingly adversarial system of dispute resolution that is utilized in traditional litigation. It provides clients with the ability to retain highly qualified trained legal counsel to assist in the evaluation and resolution of a problem, without litigation. Collaborative attorneys posses unique skills that are utilized in achieving amicable resolutions to divorce cases.
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