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Collaborative Practice: A Safe Place

The Collaborative Way to Divorce



Collaborative Law in Practice



Find out more about how Collaborative Law works in practice and how it can be an effective alternative to court for separating couples. Hear first hand from a couple who used the process, as well as the lawyers who helped them.

Collaborative Divorce



Collaborative Divorce: Divorce with Benefits™

 


A Collaborative Law Success Story: Parts 1 – 4

A Collaborative Law Success Story is a four-part video series describing a successful resolution of a divorce between John and Diane through the Collaborative Law process. We encourage the use of these videos to promote and spread the word about Collaborative Law.

 

Part 1 – John & Diane Resolve a Difficult Issue



Part 2 – The Collaborative Law Team


Part 3 - The Collaborative Law Process


Part 4 – Collaborative Law: Myths & Advantages



Collaborative Law – NBC interview 2006




Interview with a divorced couple who used the collaborative law process.

Understanding Collaborative Practice




Initially developed during café sessions at Resolution's DR conference this year demonstrating alternative ways of marketing through video. Released to coincide with Family DR week 24-28 November 2014, this video outlines the Collaborative Practice as an alternative to resolving relationship issues through court.


Split – A film for kids of divorce and their parents




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