Collaborative Law is a process that enables divorcing couples, as well as couples in other family law disputes, to reach agreements and resolve their differences in a respectful and productive way; without “fighting it out” in court. Collaborative Practice involves a team of specially trained professionals who work together with the couples to help them to find solutions that will be in the best interest of the entire family, particularly the children. It is an excellent divorce alternative that may cost less, and can preserve relationships as parties restructure their families. Collaborative divorce should be considered by every divorcing couple. To find out more, and whether a collaborative divorce might be advantageous for you and your spouse, read our member’s articles about collaborative law so you can decide if it’s right for you.
Topic: Join with your Collaborative Colleagues for our “Ethics Café”. Following the lead of the IACP and our statewide organization the FACP, come and share your thoughts in interactive small and large group discussions as we explore ethical dilemmas regarding Collaborative matters. The panel will be moderated by Craig Fabrikant, Ph.D., an active member of the IACP Ethical Standards Committee.
Time: 6:15 PM
2725 S. University Drive
Davie, FL 33328