No single approach is right for everyone. Many people find the no-court process, known as Collaborative Practice, a welcome alternative to the often destructive, uncomfortable aspects of conventional dispute resolution.
"We've been able to compromise and maintain a relationship. None of that would have been possible without the help of our Collaborative Practice professionals." -Cyd
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OCLF's 9th Conference
Innovation in Collaborative Practice:
Creative Solutions for Families in Transition
April 29 & 30, 2016
Crowne Plaza, Kitchener, Ontario
Watch Collaborative Practice:
A Team Approach
Find out how your family can benefit from this approach.
Explore the differences between Collaborative Practice and Litigation.
Listen to the September 2010 interview on CBC Radio's Metro Morning with Judith Huddart, Past President of the OCLF
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