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We are a boutique collaborative firm specializing in helping our clients succeed through creative and effective strategies. Collaboration over convention, makes our business to understand yours.



The Practice of Collaborative Civil for Contract Negotiation/Review and Probate affords the client the advantage of negotiation expertise without litigation. 


Collaborative divorce is a process where both parties in a divorce agree to resolve their differences out of court and with the help of specially trained lawyers. The goal of a collaborative divorce is to reach a mutually acceptable settlement that meets the needs and interests of both parties, rather than having a judge make a decision for them.

In a collaborative divorce, both parties and their lawyers sign a participation agreement in which they agree to work together to resolve their differences. They also agree to not go to court and instead use alternative dispute resolution techniques, such as negotiation and mediation, to reach a settlement.

The process is confidential, and the parties work together to reach a solution that addresses the financial, emotional, and practical concerns related to their divorce. The objective is to achieve a fair and just outcome that is in the best interest of all parties, including any children involved.

Collaborative divorce is often considered a less adversarial and less stressful alternative to traditional divorce, as it focuses on cooperation and agreement instead of conflict and litigation. However, it may not be suitable for all couples and in some cases, a litigated divorce may be necessary.

Divorce Retreat - Collaborative Divorce Hybrid

Wills and estate planning are important legal tools that help individuals plan for the distribution of their assets and property after death. Estate planning is the process of creating a plan for the management and distribution of an individual's assets and property during their lifetime and after death. A will is a legal document that sets out an individual's wishes regarding the distribution of their assets and property after their death.

Estate planning can also include the creation of powers of attorney, medical power of attorney, and healthcare directives. Powers of attorney and healthcare directives allow individuals to appoint someone to act on their behalf in the event they become incapacitated.

Wills and estate planning are important for individuals to consider regardless of their age or the size of their estate. Estate planning can help ensure that an individual's assets and property are distributed according to their wishes, minimize taxes and other expenses, and provide for their family and loved ones.

We focus on the unique circumstances of each client’s situation in order to offer customized, efficient and practical estate planning advice.

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