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Collaborative Law

Collaborative law aids couples that are approaching divorce by resolving disputes without adversarial techniques or tactics. Meetings with both the clients and attorneys are held in a confidential environment, promoting open communication and efficient resolution.

Successful collaborative law is achieved by:

• Agendas for four or five-way meeting

• Accomplishing the goals of both clients

• Maintaining the interests of any children as a top priority

• Utilizing the legal experience and skills of two collaboratively trained attorneys and a mental health divorce

 coach

• Once all parties feel the collaborative approach is working, a contractual agreement is signed to avoid

 litigation

 

These elements make collaborative law an attractive choice, especially for those wishing to maintain trust and objectivity in negotiations while containing costs

What makes collaborative law successful?

Gabrielle L. Strich is a collaboratively trained lawyer who successfully completed the requisite and advanced training. Her credentials include:

 

•Accredited Collaborative Lawyer, Member of Mid Jersey Collaborative Law Group

•Accredited Professional Mediator (APM), New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators

•Court appointed mediator for:

oFamily Law

oCivil Matters

oDivision of Child Protection and Permanency, formerly DYFS

oForeclosure mediations

•Practitioner Member of the Association of Conflict Resolution (www.acrnet.org)

 

Ms. Strich is an experienced family lawyer with over 30 years of experience who understands the issues involved in divorce and other family disputes.

 

Learn if collaborative law is right for your case

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Collaborative lawyers often coordinate with other collaborative professionals who specialize in the emotional and financial issues of divorcing couples. For example, a financial advisor may be retained in order to help equitably divide assets. These professionals are also committed to resolving the issues without heavy fees and work to avoid time-consuming litigation.

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