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Q: What is Collaborative Law?
Collaborative law is an out-of-court proceeding that treats divorce or separation as a process of trial and error and problem solving, not a process where one side wins and the other loses. Both parties retain separate attorneys who help them settle disputes. If any of the parties decide to go to court, the collaborative law process is terminated and both attorneys can no longer be involved in the case.

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