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I was one seventy five fortunate attorneys trained in collaborative law, as part of an initiative by Chief Judge Kaye to create the first publicly funded collaborative law center. The Texas Collaborative  Law Blog offers a great overview of  the collaborative law process of resolving divorces and other matrimonial actions without resort to litigation and...

With a dedicated staff which includes a parenting coordinator and a family services coordinator, the Court is able to refer litigants to alternate dispute resolution programs, counseling, and parent education programs. Under the auspices of the Court, the parties are encouraged, for instance, to develop parenting plans. According to Justice Robert Ross, the supervising judge of...

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