Thinking about Divorce? Consider Your Process Options
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Are you thinking about divorce? In this very stressful and confusing time, you may want to learn about the various processes that are available to you. The Metro West Practice Group of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council would like to share with you the different options divorcing couples have.
The presenter will explain the advantages and disadvantages of the four commonly used process options available to divorcing couples: litigation, mediation, pro se, and collaborative.
The presenter is Dan Finn, an attorney in Wellesley with experience with each of the process options. Dan is a Director and past President of the Masschussets Collaborative Law Council.
If you are thinking about divorce, know someone who is, or are a professional with clients considering divorce, this program will provide you with useful and practical information that will help you select a process that best meets your needs.
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Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council
The Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council is a non-profit organization made up of professionals dedicated to helping clients resolve their legal problems out of court. Our members work with individuals, groups, and businesses of all types and sizes, to settle family, probate, elder, employment, civil, and other legal disputes, using the Collaborative Law process which is efficient, respectful, confidential, and comprehensive. Collaborative Law is a team approach to problem solving that is driven by the interests and needs of the client or clients. Our members include specially-trained family law and civil lawyers, coaches and facilitators, child specialists, financial professionals, mediators, and others who can help you meet your goal of achieving an out of court settlement in a respectful manner.