Collaborative Practice provides a way to resolve family law disputes without going to court. In this approach, a team of professionals works with clients to reach a mutually acceptable agreement while considering the interests and needs of both clients. When the clients have minor children their needs can also be closely protected as clients come together as co-parents to develop a plan for the family to move forward. Collaborative Practice offers clients a way to resolve all aspects of their family law dispute respectfully, with confidentiality and dignity, while keeping decision-making between the clients. The team of professionals consists of two lawyers, one mental health professional and one financial professional.
For more information about local Collaborative professionals visit www.cfl-cfl.com (or click logo to the right).
For more information about Collaborative practice around the world visit www.collaborativepractice.org.
If you would like to participate in a Collaborative divorce or other family law case but are concerned that you may not be able to afford the process, please see the One Case Collaborative Project reduced fee program information (click logo to the right) or the Barry University Family Law Pro Bono Clinic information below.
The Barry University Collaborative Family Law Clinic in Orlando is committed to providing support to the community to meet their family law needs associated with divorce and the restructuring of the family through the use of the Collaborative Law Process. Space is limited.
- Do you need help divorcing your spouse?
- Do you care about the impact of divorce on your children?
- Do you and your spouse combined make less than $42,000?
- You may qualify for free assistance.
CALL FOR HELP: 407.681.5403 to find out how Barry Family Law Clinic in Orlando can help you.