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This article is the second part of an article exploring the Arizona attorney’s role in the collaborative process and various ethical problems that arise. The first part of this article Collaborative Divorce Process AZ. 3. Ethical Question: Doesn’t an attorney … Continue reading
Role of an Arizona Attorney in the Collaborative Divorce Process and Ethical Considerations : Part 1
In the collaborative process, a separate collaborative lawyer is retained by each party. This lawyer must be licensed to practice law. The attorney has a unique challenge in the collaborative process. Attorneys generally have the litigation process and posturing engrained … Continue reading
A. What is Collaborative Divorce Law? Collaborative law is a method of resolving disputes without litigation. The parties agree to stop, delay or avoid litigation and hire professionals trained in collaborative law to negotiate settlement. The parties may just hire … Continue reading
What is Collaborative Law? A. Definition The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) defines Collaborative Practice as: “A dispute resolution practice in which: settlement-by-agreement is intentionally pursued as the positive outcome of legal representation; cooperative practices replace adversarial techniques and … Continue reading
In Arizona you can use collaborative divorce to stay out of the courtroom. Collaborative divorce in Arizona will save you the stress of litigating in front of a judge. Continue reading
Collaborative divorce in Arizona is used to settle a divorce outside of the courtroom. Continue reading
Everyone has heard about the nightmares associated with divorce litigation: huge attorney’s and expert fees, aggressive letters from the other party’s attorney, and endless requests for documents and information about your private life that you must provide. At the end … Continue reading