Collaborative Practice

Collaborative practice is a standardized, non-judicial process for productively resolving disputes.

Collaborative Practice provides an open and trustful platform that enables parties, lawyers and other professionals to cooperate on a solution-orientated basis for the benefit of the common cause without tactically motivated action.

Collaborative Practice is an established and approved method of dispute resolution in the U.S. and Canada.

The particular advantage of the collaborative practice is located in the highly interdisciplinary and highly individual management of conflicts, which can hardly be solved by the means of law.

For further information have a look to the Global Collaborative Law Council