Resources For Professionals

MSBA Ethics Opinion on Collaborative Practice Groups, 2004-23

Addresses the propriety of a “collaborative dispute resolution non-profit organization” and whether such an organization complies with the Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct.

Use of Collaborative Law in Maryland, AOC Report, September 2013

This report summarizes the current state of Collaborative Law in Maryland, including perceived advantages and disadvantages, ethical considerations, and judicial and legislative considerations with respect to the use of Collaborative Law in Maryland.

Divorcing Your Mortgage

This ebook details the top 10 things your clients should know about their mortgage when going through a divorce.

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Q: What is Collaborative Divorce?
A: Collaborative Divorce is a process for separating or divorcing parties to justly and equitably resolve their differences that avoids the necessity of going to court.

Q: How do I get started?
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