collaborative law

Definition of "collaborative law"
  1. A method of dispute resolution where specifically trained attorneys assist the parties in working towards a mutually beneficial solution. This process cannot proceed to court, and if it does, the involved lawyers can no longer handle the case
How to use "collaborative law" in a sentence
  1. In order to avoid a lengthy court process, they decided to handle their divorce through collaborative law.
  2. Collaborative law was used to settle the business dispute and find an agreeable solution for both parties.
  3. They brought in a collaborative law specialist to mediate the disagreement and prevent it from escalating to court.

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