March 15, 2005
Everyone knows that America is the world's most litigious society. Conflict in family and business is inevitable. Issues such as employee terminations, business partnerships going through breakups, and couples' marriages falling apart are only some of the conflicts that are unavoidable in life. However, collaborative law, an alternative to the courtroom, offers businesses and individuals the opportunity to resolve their disputes with more speed and less emotional and financial cost.
Collaborative Law pursues settlement from the outset. It is a dispute-resolution process wherein the parties focus on creative and cooperative problem solving. It is simply a dignified alternative to litigation.
Collaborative law differs from mediation...
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by: Michelle M. Begley, Esquire