Full time Associate, Valerie Kua, and of counsel Jonathan Eaton have both taken the Collaborative Training and regularly use those skills in their family law practice to settle both Collaborative and cooperative cases (if you don't know the difference click here). In addition, of counsel to Kelsey & Trask, P.C., Beth Aarons is a trained Collaborative attorney who practices in both family law and estate planning & probate.
At Kelsey & Trask, P.C. we strongly believe that Collaborative Law is the future of dispute settlement, and not just in divorce cases. For example, if you have an estate planning or probate dispute, you may want to consider Collaboratively trained counsel as well. Even other civil matters, such as business disputes, can be resolved through the Collaborative process or using Collaborative skills.
Matthew Trask in attending the upcoming MCLC Training on Resolving Business Disputes by Collaborative Law:
Business disputes are bad for the bottom line, whether they involve breakups, exit plans, family issues or garden variety commercial disputes. The good news is that there is a way to deal with these problems that does not involve the expense, delay and emotional stress of litigation. If you are interested in exploring about a new way to deal with business disputes, one that has proven effective in other areas of the law, this training is for you - whether you are already a collaborative practitioner, are a lawyer who wants to add collaborative skills to your resume, or are simply a business owner, CPA or business advisor who wants to know more.
This is a 3.5 hour training taking place on Friday, December 12, 2014 from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm in Woburn, MA.