Mediation and Collaborative Law

November 24, 2010
Categories: Misc | Author: Harris Law Firm
Mediation and Collaborative Law

On November 4th, at the Colorado Alternative Dispute Resolution Conference, Margaret Walker, a family law attorney and mediator with The Harris Law Firm , discussed Collaborative law and the divorce process .  Her presentation, " A Marriage Made in Heaven: Using Mediation in Collaborative Divorce" outlined the benefits of using mediators in the collaborative process to control costs.

As a board member of the Colorado Collaborative Law Professionals, Ms Walker voted with the Executive Council of the Family Law Section to support the introduction of the Uniform Collaborative Law Act to the Colorado Legislature. If this bill is signed into law, the new legislation will define Collaborative Law as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

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