You can choose to battle in court, or you can resolve your disputes respectfully to the benefit of all. Whether you are facing a separation and divorce, a disagreement over an estate, or any other type of dispute where there is a need or a desire to have a relationship beyond the conflict, Collaborative Practice is a viable and valuable option.
The Maryland Collaborative Practice Council is dedicated to providing an alternative to the financial and emotional costs that ultimately result from an adversarial approach. The Collaborative process allows the participants to work through their issues in a productive environment. As a team, we endeavor to achieve an agreement based upon thoughtful decisions that resolve disputes with dignity.
Please take a few moments to explore how Collaborative Practice can benefit you.
- The purpose of the MCPC is to support Collaborative Practice Groups, advocate statewide on legislative, executive, and judicial initiatives, and to advance the use of the Collaborative Process as a method of dispute resolution