The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts has focussed the April 2011 volume of Family Court Review on collaborative practice. The articles include insight into the History and Development of Collaborative Practice by Stu Webb and Ron Ousky; Collaborative Practice in Canada; Expanding Collaborative Divorce Through the Social Sciences by Mark Otis; the Growth of Collaborative Practice by Pauline Tessler; and, among other topics, the future of collaborative practice by Forrest Mosten.
It is exciting to see such an important journal make collaborative practice a feature. This is a clear indication of the growth of the collaborative process into the mainstream.
Daniel Margolin and C. Sean Stephens are both trained in the collaborative process and utilize it for both divorce matters and prenuptial agreement drafting. They are happy to inform potential clients on the benefits of the collaborative process.