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Collaborative Law Practice Areas

Many people intrigued by the concept of mediation are unwilling or hesitant to proceed without an attorney, even with a neutral mediator present. Collaborative law offers a cooperative forum and yet retains the protections of individual representation. Contact an attorney experienced in collaborative law at our firm today to discuss your case.

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Collaborative Law Practice Areas

While collaborative law is most commonly used to resolve family law issues, the use of the method is expanding into more practice areas — most notably in the areas of employment law, business disputes and probate. If you are interested in learning more about collaborative law and whether this approach is appropriate for your legal matter, contact The Law Offices of Jerome P. Ventura, P.A., located in Pembroke Pines, FL. An attorney experienced in the collaborative method can evaluate your case and help you choose the right path to resolve your issues.

Opportunities for collaborative law practice

Collaborative law has been promoted and advocated by legal practitioners. Because of their experience with adversarial litigation, many lawyers acknowledge that litigation can be expensive and inefficient.

In the following areas of the law, collaborative law has been used to bring a dispute to conclusion. In some, the process may not have been specifically formalized with a collaborative law-style agreement; however, the parties and their attorneys were committed to a non-litigious process and felt that the outcomes were positive for everyone involved.

  • Banking
  • Computer and high technology
  • Construction
  • Consumer protection
  • Contract disputes
  • Dissolution of business relationships
  • Employment
  • Environmental legal disputes
  • Family business disputes
  • Health care
  • Housing
  • Income distribution and profit-sharing
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual property (patent, trademark)
  • Land use/zoning
  • Landlord-tenant
  • Leadership succession
  • Legal malpractice
  • Medical malpractice
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Partnership disputes
  • Personal injury
  • Probate
  • Product liability
  • Professional liability
  • Real estate
  • Securities
  • Tax

Speak to a collaborative law attorney

All it takes to initiate a collaborative law process in any legal matter is for the client or the attorney to request or offer the option. If you are involved in a legal matter that you would prefer to resolve collaboratively, an experienced collaborative law attorney from The Law Offices of Jerome P. Ventura, P.A. in Pembroke Pines, FL can help you.

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