Tuesday, June 09, 2009

How does Collaborative Law help?

Collaborative Law is a voluntary dispute resolution process originally developed by a family law attorney who had become disenchanted with the traditional style of litigation. Often court battles became so bitter and destructive that wounds between the parties never healed. In an effort to alleviate the emotional scars and financial hardships of divorcing couples, the collaborative process was born. Collaborative law aims to preserve the dignity and relationships of individuals involved in divorce or other family-related litigation. After all, they may still have to communicate on parenting and other issues in the future.

For more information concerning collaborative law, visit our website at BrazosLawyers.com.

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