The Collaborative Process is a mutual process. The parties sit at the same table with their attorneys (and other team members as necessary) working as a team. This does not happen in court where lawyers examine and cross-examine witnesses and argue to the judge. Ultimately, the parties come to an agreement, enforceable by the court, rather than having a decision imposed on them by a judge.


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