The Participation Agreement

The Collaborative Process is built on the commitment to finding solutions that work for everyone, including the children, without the threat of litigation. To that end, attorneys and clients agree from the outset that if either party chooses to terminate collaboration and commence litigation, the professionals working toward solutions will resign from the case. This unique attorney-client relationship motivates everyone to devote time, money and energy into finding solutions, instead of worrying about litigation strategies, maneuvering and games.

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