Montana enacts the UCLA

by Harry Tindall August 19, 2015

In 2015, Montana became the 12th state to enact the Uniform Collaborative Law Act.

When we started this blog, we only had 4 enactments. Steadily, more practitioners and state lawmakers see the wisdom of this act as a way to promote Collaborative law and to bring some standards to the practice. 

Several states have active submissions to their state Supreme Court for adoption of the UCLA by rule making authority. At least one state has the state bar supporting the UCLA, which can be quite helpful.

If interested in assistance on how to get the UCLA drafted for your jurisdiction, please feel free to contact me at

Good luck!

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