17 Feb 2014

17 Feb 2014

Determining Who Might Be Needed On The Collaboratively Trained Team

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This is the fourth step of a series of 12 steps that explains in detail how the Collaborative Law Process works. Click here for the previous step. Once the participants each meet with Collaboratively trained attorneys, the attorneys will confer with each other to determine which professionals might be needed on the team. There are Collaboratively trained […]

17 Feb 2014

17 Feb 2014

Talking To Your Partner About Resolving Divorce Collaboratively

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This is the third step of a series of 12 steps that explains in detail how the Collaborative Law Process works. Click here for the previous step. The first step to enlisting your partner in the Collaborative Process is communication. Talk with your partner about your goals, and let your partner know that you are interested in […]

17 Feb 2014

17 Feb 2014

Choosing a Professional Trained in Collaborative Law

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This is the second step of a series of 12 steps that explains in detail how the Collaborative Law Process works. Click here for the previous step. There are four different professionals that are used in the Collaborative Law Process: Financial neutrals/specialists, Attorneys, mental health coaches, and child specialists.  In order to be recognized as […]

17 Feb 2014

17 Feb 2014

Learning About and Understanding the Collaborative Process

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This is the first step of a series of 12 steps that explains in detail how the Collaborative Process works. The Collaborative Process was founded on January 1, 1990 by Stuart G. Webb, a Minnesota lawyer who declared himself a “Collaborative Lawyer-the first and only one.” See The Collaborative Way to Divorce, Stuart G. Webb […]

9 Jan 2014

9 Jan 2014

Why You Need a Collaboratively Trained Attorney or Professional to Help You?

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If I Decide to Choose the Collaborative Process, Why Do I Need a Collaboratively Trained Attorney or Professional to Help Me? All the professionals, lawyers, mental health coaches, financial neutrals and child specialist, are specially trained in the Collaborative Process.  Each of the professionals attends trainings specifically to learn the process. Attorneys, and other professionals, […]

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