Collaborative Divorce in the News

As many of you know, our attorneys and staff at Coker, Robb & Cannon, Family Lawyers are trained in the use of Collaborative Law in family law and divorce cases. We have assisted many clients in using this new and innovative way to resolve their differences. It really is on the cutting edge of dispute resolution in family law cases here in Texas, and in all types of disputes around the world.

I’m a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and just recently received an update from them that included several articles about the growing popularity of collaborative law. As I found several of the articles interesting, and I had a couple free minutes this morning, I thought I’d share a few:

These links and summaries are from this month’s issue of the IACP newsletter and link to articles from around the world republished on the IACP website:

  • Courts Use Collaboration Model To Try And Dial Down Emotions In Divorce Cases
  • Collaboration Allows For a Kind Divorce
  • Collaboration Converges on Divorce Cases

If you find yourself involved in a divorce or family law action, or about to become involved in one, you should at least consider Collaborative Law as an option to resolve your differences.