MTCA is pleased to present a live webinar, Mediation and the Collaborative Process: Ethics, Similarities, Differences, and How They Intersect, December 10, 2020 with live replay, December 15, 2020.
COVID 19 and COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE: Collaborative practice is a form of alternative dispute resolution that offers a non-litigious, solutions oriented approach to family law matters. Collaborative practice prioritizes client goals, mutually acceptable outcomes, and privacy during what is an otherwise uncertain legal process. Collaborative family law practice is proceeding during this time through the use of video conference meetings. Contact a member of the Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance today for more information.
Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance
Divorce can be a difficult process under the best circumstances. Why intensify that by going to court? A long, adversarial, and expensive process that ends with a judge deciding what happens with your possessions and your children is not necessary. There is another way.
What is Collaborative Practice?
Collaborative Practice is a client-centered approach to divorce and other family law matters that relies on respectful problem-solving to reach a mutually beneficial agreement. The composition of the team is tailored to the individual needs of the family, but the end result is the same…you make the important decisions, rather than having a judge make them for you.
If you are looking for an alternative dispute resolution process wherein you can protect your assets and safeguard your children from the potentially harmful effects of protracted court proceedings, then you should learn more about Collaborative Divorce.
MTCA (Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance) is an organization of lawyers, coaches/facilitators, child specialists, and financial professionals who serve divorcing couples, and others involved in family law disputes, in Nashville and throughout Middle TN.