Collaborative Law is an exciting coming of age method of resolving disputes in all areas of law, but uniquely appropriate for family law disputes. This method requires the clients and attorneys to sign a contract that they will not enter into litigation but will continue negotiating until a settlement is reached. Not only are both parties represented by an attorney, but when appropriate, other professionals trained in collaborative law can assist in facilitating the settlement process as well, including also mental health professionals who may act as “divorce coaches” or as child advocates, third party neutral mediators and financial experts may also assist as needed too. The cost of using the collaborative law consultation process frequently is less than traditional litigation. Here, the clients have far more privacy and control over the process and the final results to resolve any legal dispute.