Collaborative Law is a unique method of resolving a legal dispute using a team of professionals, including two attorneys, a mental health therapist(s), and a certified divorce financial analyst to achieve a settlement.

Similar to mediation, the Collaborative process empowers the parties to customize a settlement that fits their specific family needs. When parties go to a judge, the ability to have a customized resolution is taken from the parties and the judge issues an objective one-size-fits-all ruling. Unlike mediation however, the parties receive the benefit and expertise of the collaborative professionals to customize their resolution to fit very specific and sometimes complicated needs. Specifically, in Collaborative Law the benefit to the parties is the cooperative style of dispute resolution with a team of lawyers, mental health practitioner(s), financial professional(s), and others as needed to resolve divorce-related problems in an integrity based manner.

For more information about the collaborative process, contact Law Office of the Ozarks.