Collaborative Law is a non-traditional legal process for resolving a family law case. The decisions are made in four-way meetings attended by both parties and their lawyers. At the beginning of the process, all of the participants sign a “participation agreement,” agreeing to keep the case out of court. The participation agreement also states that if either party decides to take the case to court, both lawyers will withdraw from the case and both clients will have to hire new lawyers to represent them in court.
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