Collaborative law is the legal process allowing couples who have decided to end their marriage or separate, avoid the uncertain outcomes of court. It can be used for a broad range of family law issues such as divorce and pre- and post-marital agreements. Collaborative law allows both parties to resolve matters out of court through negotiation with the guidance of professionals. Many choose to handle their family law matters through collaborative law because both parties have the right to decide all issues concerning their family. Whereas in court, the judge has control over the decisions being made, no one knows your family as you do. Lisa Browning is here to help both parties make the best decisions for you and your family.