Wednesday March 20, 2013
7:00 PM until 8:30 PM
Collaborative Practice is a new method for divorcing couples to resolve issues respectfully, without going to court. It protects the interests of children while building on areas of mutual agreement. The Collaborative process emphasizes cooperation to find lasting solutions, using trained practitioners to support the couple in all stages.
The Souhegan Valley Practice Group of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire will present a panel discussion on the topic of Collaborative Practice as an innovative process for divorcing couples. This no-court process may also be used to resolve parenting disputes, work out premarital agreements, and settle issues in closely-held businesses.
The panel will consist of lawyers, a financial planner, and a mental health professional.
Location: Keyes Meeting Room