Collaborative Practice San Francisco

You will need to find a Collaborative Attorney whom you can trust to provide you with both quality legal advice and the skills needed to work towards a settlement.  You can discuss with the Collaborative Attorney ways of approaching your spouse (or the other party) about the Collaborative Process.  These include: (1) you talking about Collaborative Practice with your spouse (or the other party); (2) your attorney contacting your spouse (or the other party); or (3) your attorney discussing the Collaborative Process with your spouse’s (or the other party's) attorney, if one has been retained.  In the alternative, you can contact Coaches, Neutral Financial Professionals, or other professionals who may be involved in Collaborative Practice and discuss the process with them.

If you are interested in contacting a Collaborative Professional, please see our list of Collaborative Professionals.   

Questions to ask before you hire your Collaborative Professional Questions to ask before you hire your Collaborative Professional (70 KB)

About CPSF

Collaborative Practice San Francisco is a group of professionals interested in avoiding court battles and power struggles to resolve conflicts. Our group is a multi-disciplinary, multi-field group open to all professionals interested in Collaborative conflict resolution. Read more...

Will CP work for me?

If the following values are important to you, it is likely to be a workable option:

  • I want us to communicate with a tone of respect.
  • I want to prioritize the needs of our children.
  • My needs and those of my spouse/partner require equal consideration, and I will listen objectively.

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