COLLABORATIVE LAW is effective for legal outcomes as well as for maintaining the dignity and respect of all parties involved
The COLLABORATIVE LAW Model uniquely uses an interest based negotiation approach rather than an adversarial one.
In collaborative law, both parties have legal representation and a contract between all involved to proceed out of court. Processes are discussion-oriented and facilitated to allow complete and easeful understanding, while orchestrated with respectful attention to the needs of all parties involved. The resolution includes drawing legal documents at the conclusion of an allied process.
Legal and financial disputes can be stressful and complex. But not every battle needs to be fought-out in court. We can in fact arrive at solutions amicably, even when dealing with the most seemingly complicated and conflictual matters.
A collaborative divorce, or a "conscious uncoupling" supports each of you to first consider and then advocate for your needs as they relate to the whole of your family when undergoing this particularly difficult life transition. Determining need, and striving to meet those needs for each of you, is at the heart of a collaborative divorce. We, at Travers Collaborative Law & Mediation, are here to facilitate effective agreements which fully address mutual needs, co-parenting plans, and maximizing parent-child connections.
With our decades of experience and success in the alternative and non-adversarial approaches to Law, you will feel respected, supported, and empowered. We walk you step-by-step to the right solution to your particular situation. You can expect to find:
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Rather than struggling through a complex dispute on your own or taking your chances in a courtroom, see how you can benefit from our Collaborative Law services.
In most cases, we can take care of your case either entirely, or mostly, out of court.