IACP Model Participation Agreement

There is no required IACP Participation Agreement. Practice Groups and individual practitioners all over the world routinely tailor agreements to their own jurisdictions, preferences and cultures.

IACP provides the Model Participation Agreements and Guides found here as resources. They include important suggested language and issues to consider in drafting a Participation Agreement. They are intended to provide guidance on matters such as best practice regarding signatories and issues of privilege and confidentiality.

The Participation Agreements signed by your clients are contracts. IACP provides these Model Participation Agreements as general guides for legal drafting. These forms should be modified to meet all the applicable laws, regulations and ethics provisions in your city, state, province or country. These forms are not a substitute for independent legal judgment. IACP does not make any warranties about the forms provided, and your use of a form does not create an attorney client relationship with IACP. IACP’s Model Participation Agreements are intended for use only by trained Collaborative Professionals and may not be sold or licensed. 


Download the IACP Model Participation Agreements and Guides