Promoting public awareness of Collaborative Practice and supporting collaborative professionals at all levels, statewide.
What is Collaborative Practice?
Collaborative Practice by definition is an out-of-court resolution process for separating and divorcing couples. With an emphasis on full disclosure, respect, and open communication, this approach is client-directed and family-focused.
The Practice of Collaborative law and its process can be applied to Family, Business and even Civil cases.
Interested in Oregon Association of Collaborative Professionals (OACP).
Our members include attorneys, financial specialist, mental health practitioners and other professionals. The process of Collaborative practice can de applied in family law, business law and civil cases. It is a way to resolve disputes between two parties using a team of professionals to help design an agreement that is more peaceful, respectful and lead to a positive future without the legal drama of typical court cases. Learn more about becoming a Collaborative practice professional and membership benefits.
Joining the Oregon Association of Collaborative Professionals (OACP), enables you to network with other collaborative professionals.
Provides opportunities for dialog on cases and situations you encounter in your practice.
Supports ongoing training in the field of collaborative practice.
Offers visibility for your practice with a listing on this website for you and your website.
Creates a state-wide association for Oregon collaborative professionals to help improve and amplify our efforts to educate the public and ourselves about the benefits of collaborative practice.