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Posted by Best4All December 13th, 2017

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Integrative or Interest­Based Bargaining

In integrative bargaining, the parties attempt to "enlarge the pie" or allocate resources in a way that everyone gets what they want. Integrative or Interest­Based Bargaining Guidelines for using Beyond Intractability resources Citing Beyond Intractability resources...

Collaborative practice comes into its own

Many family law disputes are better resolved with a team in a non-adversarial setting, and more lawyers are offering this kind of help. As collaborative practice grows in popularity, a number of family lawyers across the country are working to launch Canada’s first...

You thought WHAT about court?

Couples in Ontario using the family court to separate must attend a Mandatory Information Program (MIP), before their first court appearance. The program is co-presented between a mental health professional and family law lawyer. The information provided is tightly...