Collaborative Practice Is Another Valuable Tool

New Jersey Law Journal

In this "Letter to the Editor" column, Hoagland Longo Partner Andrea C. Mackaronis covers the value of the collaborative process as another alternative to litigation to effectively resolve family matters, as well as employment, estate and commercial disputes. Read the full article here (subscription required).

At Hoagland Longo, Andrea devotes her practice exclusively to family law and related issues of divorce, including child custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution, prenuptial agreements, and post-judgment issues. In addition to her family law practice, Andrea serves as President of the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups, a nonprofit organization of collaborative divorce professionals committed to promote and expand quality collaborative practice in family matters throughout New Jersey.