Collaborative Law–Start to Finish


Collaborative Law—Start to Finish

  • Kim M. Munsinger, editor
  • Instant Download! Digital Download Features
  • 1 volume; softbound
  • 360 pages
  • © 2014


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Collaborative Law—Start to Finish is designed to educate family lawyers, law students, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and anyone interested in learning about the collaborative law process, on how to handle a collaborative case, step-by-step, from beginning to end. Chapter topics include:

  • Starting and running a successful collaborative practice
  • How financial professionals and mental health professionals contribute to the process
  • How to apply the collaborative process beyond family law

The book also includes 20 annotated forms and documents—including the collaborative statute and protocols of practice—designed to help lawyers and their clients through the process.

The Collaborative Law—Start to Finish Digital Download is included at no charge with purchase of the hard copy and may also be purchased separately. The digital download contains the entire text of the manual as a PDF file and 17 forms as Word documents.


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Letter from the President of the State Bar of Texas
The Collaborative Law Process

Chapter 1 What is Collaborative Law?
Kim M. Munsinger

Chapter 2 How a Collaborative Case Works
Kevin R. Fuller

Chapter 3 Getting the Case Started
Curtis W. Harrison

Chapter 4 The Team Approach to Collaborative Law Cases
Jennifer Tull

Chapter 5 The Neutral Mental Health Professional
Linda Ronconi

Chapter 6 The Neutral Financial Professional
Tracy B. Stewart

Chapter 7 Interest-Based Negotiation in Collaborative Law
Mike Gregory

Chapter 8 Problems and Solutions
Janet P. Brumley and Jennifer Stanton Hargrave

Chapter 9 Starting and Running a Successful Collaborative Practice
Kristen A. Algert

Chapter 10 Expanding the Collaborative Process Beyond Family Law
Lawrence R. Maxwell, Jr. and Harry L. Munsinger


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