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Collaborative practice is about working together to settle disputes, without going to court.

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The Road Ahead – Revisiting the Road to Resolution 2021

Feedback received for AACP’s 2021 Road to Resolution Virtual Conference has been resoundingly positive. The live-streamed sessions held monthly from April to November 2021, offered a safe and flexible delegate experience to attendees to access quality material from home, work or in small groups across Australia and abroad.

For those AACP members who were not able to register for the Road to Resolution 2021, we are pleased to advise that select conference sessions will be made available to members from 1 July 2022. Watch this space for further announcements.

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What is Collaborative Practice?

Collaborative Practice is a way of settling disputes outside of courts. Participants are given legal, financial and emotional support by accredited professionals, enabling them to find fitting solutions while maintaining their important relationships.

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Collaborative Conversations

‘A Better Way to Separate – Collaborative Conversations’, brings together some of Australia’s leading collaborative professionals to talk about the value of the Collaborative Practice process. If you want to learn more about a process to manage separation which is, non-adversarial, less stressful, without secret strategies, while being cost and time effective this is a must listen series.

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The Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals Ltd (AACP) is a national organisation of professionals practicing legal, social, and financial services. The AACP supports its members through education, networking and providing resources while advocating for the use of collaborative practice in Australia.

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