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Frequently Asked Questions About Collaborative Divorce

The following are some of the most commonly asked questions about collaborative law. What Is Collaborative Law? Collaborative law is an alternative to divorce litigation that allows couples to end their marriages without going to court and without the conflict and uncertainty that often accompanies the traditional adversarial divorce process. Collaborative law puts the spouses …

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From Then to Now: Collaborative Law Act

Since 2005, collaborative practitioners have worked tirelessly to promote the value of collaborative divorce here in New Jersey. Now we are concentrating our efforts on the passage of the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act which will provide uniformity to this process by a signed Participation Agreement in every case and privilege for all non-professionals …

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Ross M. Evans, Esq. Addresses State Association

Ross M. Evans, Esq.Ross M. Evans, Esq., immediate past President of the IACP and an internationally recognized collaborative practitioner facilitated a dynamic evening of learning for approximately 80 collaborative practitioners including attorneys, therapist and financial professionals. Mr. Evans is a founding member of the Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals where he has served on its …

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