What Types Of Cases Can Be Resolved Through Collaboration?

Collaborative law is an alternative dispute resolution method that resolves matters outside of court.

Parties seeking to resolve their disputes sit down to negotiate in a neutral setting, each with their own attorney. Professionals with expertise in the subject matter are also typically present during the process to help provide guidance to the parties.

The process allows the parties to freely communicate and exchange information, and is often less expensive and time consuming than traditional litigation.

Collaboration is often used to resolve divorce or family law issues, however, this alternative dispute resolution method can also be utilized to resolve issues in other areas of law, such as probate or business disputes.

Collaboration To Resolve Business Disputes

Because collaboration is a dispute resolution method that saves time and money, it is an attractive option to be utilized by business owners to resolve a wide range of disputes involving their operations. From contract disputes with vendors or suppliers to issues involving partners or shareholders, collaboration can provide a successful way to find amicable solutions to business matters.

Our Collaboration Services

At Brandon Family Law Center, our attorneys are trained in the resolution of family law and business disputes through the collaborative method. They have assisted individuals all throughout Tampa resolve matters through collaboration.

A member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals, the Florida Association of Collaborative Professionals, and the Florida Civil Collaborative Practice Group, founding attorney Mary L. Greenwood has been representing clients located all throughout Tampa with both collaboration and mediation solutions to resolve conflicts.

Find Out How We Can Help Resolve Your Matter Through Collaboration

To learn more about our services or how collaboration can help you, reach out to our attorneys. Call 813-438-7119 or send a confidential email.

We can discuss your situation and whether collaboration is right for you.