MCLE's first manual on collaborative practice takes a multi-state approach to the practice and the process of collaborative law. Collaborative Law: Practice and Procedures guides you through the various roles of each member of the team, and offers valuable insight from the initial client meeting through to creating a lasting outcome that is satisfactory to all. A diverse cadre of authors representing the legal, financial, mental health counseling, and ethical aspects of collaborative law practice share their depth of experience with a candid and practical approach. The authors share some of the New England states' procedures and differences. Whether you are already a collaborative law practitioner—or contemplating adding collaborative law practice to your skill set—this book is a valuable resource.