Cooperative Law

Cooperative Law, like Collaborative Law, is a non-traditional legal process for resolving a family law case. As in Collaborative Law, decisions are made in four-way meetings between both parties and their lawyers.

However, unlike Collaborative Law, should the parties be unable to settle their case through the negotiations that occur in four-way meetings, Cooperative Law does not require that the attorneys withdraw and allows them to continue to represent their clients if the case goes to court.

Contact Patricia Buss to discuss your legal matter today.