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Collaborative Practice is a new way for people to respectfully resolve disputes. Unlike litigation, the Collaborative Process is private, cooperative, and efficient.  Clients work to resolve their concerns outside of court with the help of a team of collaboratively trained attorneys and mental health and financial professionals who work together to find options that will serve the interests of all clients and other affected persons, and if there is to be a continuing relationship among the participants, create the possibility for a positive one. 

Collaborative Practice began with a Minnesota attorney, Stu Webb, in the late 1980s. It has since spread across the United States, Canada, and internationally. Although it has primarily developed in the field of family law, Collaborative Practice has expanded into other areas of law such as probate and general civil practice.

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