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Collaborative Law: An Alternative To Traditional Divorce Litigation

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Last summer, the Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA) went into effect in our state, which provides a different and refreshing approach to resolving disputes in family law.  My excitement about this new approach has caused me to dedicate my inaugural blog to this topic.  In collaborative law,

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