Nextgen.Law | Resolving Disputes with Collaborative Practice

When there is a dispute, Nextgen.Law seeks to engage in collaborative practice where possible, which is an early stage, client driven resolution process over a series of meetings no longer than 2-3 hours each. It allows creative problem solving between parties by determining what it is the parties really need and finding a satisfactory resolution for all.

In order to participate in this method, both parties’ legal representatives need to be trained in collaborative practice and the parties must sign an agreement to engage in collaborative practice.

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Nextgen.Law | Collaborative

At Nextgen.Law, we opt for collaborative practice whenever we can as we find that this process can achieve the best outcomes for all parties at a much earlier stage in a dispute than otherwise.