Runaway Train: Using Collaborative Practice Methods to Derail High Conflict

Date and time: 
July 14, 2020 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Event type: 
Educational Opportunity

We will be discussing how family professionals and clients can use collaborative methods to derail high conflict court cases.

  • Explore tips and techniques for converting your court matters (including high conflict and/or highly litigious) into successful collaborative files.
  • Learn how to stop the runaway train of court litigation at any stage of the court proceedings and how the Collaborative Process and Collaborative Techniques can be used to narrow issues, streamline disclosure, develop joint valuation, appraisals, and income assessments.
  • Discover the benefits of involving the Collaborative Practice Team such as helping clients to focus on problem-solving rather than blame and grievances which can save time and money in the long run
  • We will discuss if and how to amend collaborative practice participation to facilitate the move of existing court cases to Collaborative

    This presentation contains 1 hour and 16 minutes of Professionalism content for Ontario lawyers.



Russell Alexander
Carrie Heinzl
Jarret Johnston

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