Collaborative Law for civil cases

Guiding businesses and individuals through dispute resolution

what is collaborative law?

Osborn Conflict Resolution can guide you in pursuing client-driven resolution, instead of costly, lawyer-driven litigation. A collaborative process agreement at the outset ensures that each party, and their lawyer, is commitment to honest, open discussion, information sharing, and respectful good-faith negotiation in good faith.

Collaborative law is not only for situations where the conflict is minimal. We negotiate tirelessly to achieve as many of our client's goals as possible, just like any other advocate or litigation attorney. But under the collaborative law model, parties and their collaboratively trained attorneys work together in pursuit of a mutually agreeable outcome that saves clients time, money, and stress.

From cases involving construction and contract disputes, to matters involving small businesses, churches, and non-profits, the collaborative process helps parties achieve a more positive outcome, even when it may feel like the dispute or conflict is insurmountable.

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What does the Collaborative Process look like?

Our trained collaborative law practitioners provide you with a comprehensive overview of the collaborative law process, as well as its particular benefits and suitability for particular kinds of cases. The primary benefits of a collaborative law process include:

navigating disputes across the map

Here are just a few examples of specific areas that we can help you navigate through the collaborative law approach:

If you have a leadership deadlock a shareholder dispute, or an organizational impasse that you think might benefit from this process, we would be glad to assess whether your situation is a good fit for collaborative, or help you choose another alternative dispute resolution method.

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