Collaborative Law

The Collaborative Law Process

Restructuring Families Going Through Divorce

The Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA) is currently in effect in our state. This process helps provides a different and refreshing approach to resolving disputes in family law. Family law practitioners are very excited about the Collaborative Law process! In collaborative law, each party retains a lawyer specially trained in this unique process. The goal of the collaborative practice is to produce solutions that meet the needs of the entire family.

There are numerous advantages to choosing collaborative law in resolving your divorce. The collaborative law process can be less costly and resolutions are reached quicker than in traditional litigation cases. The couples retain control over the pace and outcome. The negotiation sessions are very respectful with the goal of preserving family relationships, not destroying them. There is reduced stress for the families and the opportunity exists to find creative solutions rather than being confined by the restraints of litigation.

Attorneys, Kim A. Cunzo and Kristen Bishop Ames of the Cunzo & Bishop Ames Law Firm, PLLC., have both trained in collaborative law. To learn if collaborative law might be the right choice for you and your family, please contact Cunzo & Bishop Ames Law Firm, PLLC at (772) 409-4353 to schedule your initial consultation.