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Monday, October 4, 2010

Growing Pains - why hasn't the collaborative law approach caught on for estate disputes?

A new article in Canadian Lawyer magazine talks about the fact that while collaborative law has been a huge hit for family law disputes such as divorce, custody and maintenance issues, it hasn't yet caught on for estate disputes. Many lawyers, including me, believe that collaborative law could be a wonderful idea for families who have important estate issues to sort out but who really don't want to endure the emotional and financial stress of fighting it out in court if at all possible. So what's the problem? Why hasn't it worked out better for estate disputes? Click here to see what Canadian Lawyer magazine has to say on the subject.

To read my earlier blog post that describes collaborative law, click here.

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