About Daniel Island Collaborative Law Center
Cheryl Fletcher strongly believes that the courts in this country should not be the place where the resolution of a dispute begins, but only where it ends after alternative methods of resolving the conflict have been considered and tried. She is a certified collaborative lawyer and mediator; and Treasurer of the South Carolina Association of Collaborative Professionals (SCACP), a group committed to finding creative solutions for conflicts that are less financially and emotionally painful. She is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), South Carolina Bar, the Charleston Bar Association, and the South Carolina Women’s Lawyers Association. Her expertise in Collaborative Practice includes both family and commercial law matters.
After receiving her law degree from the University of Detroit Mercy and her Masters Degree from the University of Michigan, Ms. Fletcher served a clerkship, from 1988 to 1990, with Michigan Supreme Court Justice Patricia Boyle. Prior to relocating to Charleston, she was an equity partner at Dykema PLLC, a national law firm where she was employed for 15 years. She then opened a small firm in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, focusing on family law, small business and employment matters, appellate work, and the development of collaborative law in Michigan.
Cheryl opened the Daniel Island Collaborative Law Center in June of 2009 and is committed to helping clients “resolve disputes cost-effectively out of court.” She is a frequent lecturer on Collaborative Law, and financial and domestic issues. She is always willing to come and speak to groups about the collaborative practice and how it can impact positively your lives and that of your family by using this method to resolve family law issues, as well as employment, probate, and business disputes.
Cheryl is a member of The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
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