The Collaborative Project of Maryland (“Collaborative Project”) offers individuals and families of modest means the option of using the Collaborative Process to resolve their disputes.

The Collaborative Project links parties going through disputes, including divorce, other family transitions, and other civil matters, with Collaborative Professionals who provide services on a pro bono or reduced fee basis. For more information, visit the Collaborative Project at

The MCPC Endowment Fund was established in 2014 to support MCPC’s efforts to advance the use of the Collaborative process as a method of dispute resolution. Through the efforts of MCPC, Maryland was one of the first states to pass a Uniform Collaborative Law Act and Uniform Collaborative Law Rule. MCPC has also supported the growth and strength of Maryland Collaborative Practice groups. In the last 2 years, we assisted Collaborative practitioners to launch thriving Practice groups in Baltimore, Prince George’s County and Harford County. In addition, MCPC has partnered with the Collaborative Project of Maryland (CPM) to provide access to the Collaborative process for families of modest means


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How Collaborative Practice Can Help

You can choose to battle in court, or you can resolve your disputes respectfully to the benefit of all. Whether you are facing a separation and divorce, a disagreement over an estate, or any other type of dispute where there is a need or a desire to have a relationship beyond the conflict, Collaborative Practice is a viable and valuable option. Click here to learn whether Collaborative is right for you.