Why don’t more people use Collaborative Law?

Mr. Zeytoonian is one of the nation’s leading proponents for the use of Collaborative Practice (Law) for resolving various types of disputes. Why don’t more people use Collaborative Law?. Advertisements

When I find myself in times of trouble…..

   Sometimes I wonder if, because I work in ‘conflict resolution’, people think I have no conflicts in my life.  Or that I know how to stop all conflict.  Oh, how I wish that were true.  😉   I know that sometimes people come to me, whether it’s as a lawyer or a therapist [I’m both] … Continue reading

Substance Addiction or Abuse and the Family

What should you do if you realize that your spouse or ex-spouse is abusing or addicted to alcohol or drugs? Options for a family in transition are collaborative practices or traditional litigation when substance addiction or abuse is an issue for a family. Both options are discussed below. As long as all parties and children are safe, … Continue reading

Collaborative Law…Collaborative Practice…What’s the Difference?

by Theresa Beran Kulat What is Collaborative Law? Collaborative Law is a way for people who have a legal problem to work out a solution, with the help of lawyers, outside of the court system. When these people find lawyers who are willing to participate in settlement negotiations with the express, written condition that if … Continue reading