Anyone who has been involved in our court system understands that it can be inefficient, expensive, and highly emotional. Collaborative Practice is a contemporary model to help resolve disputes peacefully without going to court. By working with professionals who are trained in Collaborative Practice, conflicts may be settled in a non confrontational manner.
Collaborative Practice offers both parties the support, protection, and guidance of having their own lawyers coupled with a CPA who may serve as a financial neutral. This saves both time and money because you are not hiring two experts. The primary goal is to resolve disputes efficiently. By hiring a financial neutral trained in Collaborative Practice, you get an unbiased opinion, whether it’s the value of a business for purposes of a property settlement or the calculation of income for purposes of alimony or child support.
A Collaborative Professional helps you to preserve relationships, maintain control over the entire process and minimize the cost of litigation.
At Sulchek & Moore, we take great pride in taking part in this revolutionary process.
Collaborative Council of Western Maryland