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Collaborative Practice

Collaborative Practice is a way to resolve disputes before they become out of hand and bogged down in expensive legal proceedings. The way it works is the parties agree in writing to seek a resolution without court intervention and to freely and confidentially exchange information. During the process the parties are assisted by Collobaratively trained attorneys and a facilitator. The parties may also involve Collaboratively trained financial neutrals and other experts to assist them in reaching a resolution. Collaborative practice is effective in family law and civil disputes.

David Goodman has been trained in the Collaborative Process and can assist you as a Financial Neutral in family law and civil matters.

Collaborative Practice:

  • Can avoid costly court battles
  • Focuses on problem-solving and finding resolutions
  • Keeps decision-making with the parties
  • Provides the parties control over the process and outcomes
  • Provides private and confidential resolutions
  • Can preserve business, personal, and family relationships

To learn more, contact us.

Consult With Our Experts

David H. Goodman
Director of Litigation and Business Valuation


Jonathan C. Ames


Leslie C. Gosule
Of Counsel