Why choose the Collaborative process for your Family Law case?

The collaborative approach is a process in which spouses decide they are not going to go to court to resolve their family law dispute. Rather, they each hire an attorney specifically trained in collaborative dispute resolution. The parties and their attorneys work together to figure out how they can reach an agreement. There are a number of advantages of choosing the collaborative process for a family law case. For one, the parties they have control over the timing of the case as well as a great deal of the information that reaches public record. Senior Associate and Collaborative Attorney Joanna Posey discusses how this approach saves a couple a great deal of stress and other issues during their family law case.