Caroline Munroe to Participate in New CLE for Creative Lawyers on Collaborative Conflict Resolution

The Collaborative Law Process is a streamlined conflict resolution option that saves time, money and stress. It avoids litigation and instead involves a series of five or six round-table meetings between the parties and their collaboratively trained lawyers. During these meetings, the parties discuss the problem and its resolution.

Caroline Munroe, an attorney from our Trusts and Estates practice area, will be presenting in an upcoming CLE event on how to use collaborative conflict resolution techniques in trust, estate and fiduciary disputes, where personal relationships between the parties are particularly important. The CLE is titled Collaborative Conflict Resolution: The New Uniform Act and How to Apply It and is conducted in coordination with the North Carolina Civil Collaborative Law Association.

The North Carolina Civil Collaborative Law Association is a non-profit organization which serves as a resource for information about the field of civil collaborative law. Among other things, they seek to educate both the public and attorneys about the process of collaborative law and the many advantages of using it to resolve certain civil disputes in the commercial arena.

If you’d like more information about the event, the agenda is available for download here.

To sign up for the CLE, click here.