by: Brenda B. Shapiro, Esq. The Florida Probate and Family Law Firm, email@example.com One hundred years ago, when I was a little girl, (litigation has aged me) on Sunday night, […]
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After COVID-19, spouses under stress should consider using the Collaborative Process to resolve their marital disputes. by: Robert J. Merlin, Esq. The Law Office of Robert J. Merlin, Esq., firstname.lastname@example.org […]
by Rosemarie S. Roth, Esq. and Lana M. Stern, Ph.D. Florida Collaborative Trainers, www.floridacollaborativetrainers.com Communications are a critical component in the Collaborative Process. It should be so simple – I […]
Originally posted by the Florida Bar By: Gary Blankenship A request from multiple past chairs of the Family Law Section to include collaborative law questions on the annual family law […]
by: David B. Mitchell, Esq. David B. Mitchell, P.A., email@example.com In 2016, the Florida legislature enacted the Collaborative Law Process Act which authorized and detailed the collaborative process as it […]
by: Candice D. Saketkoo, Ph.D., Psy.D., firstname.lastname@example.org If you find yourself aligning more with your client than you are with your Collaborative Professional Team, are you dancing in your client’s […]
by: Lana M. Stern, Ph.D.Lana M. Stern, Ph.D., Miami, Florida, email@example.com, www.drlanamstern.com While a marriage ends an intimate relationship between the spouses, the family relationship continues. The divorced couple’s shared […]
To be successful, the Collaborative Process must be valued by the clients and the Collaborative Team. by: Rebecca H. Fischer, Esq. Fischer & Feldman, P.A., firstname.lastname@example.org Four Collaborative cases came […]
by: Stewart L. Applerouth, CPA Co-Founder of Appelrouth Farah & Co, email@example.com We are experiencing public conflict through protest at this time in history. Conflict, at times, may be useful […]
Collaborative Teams and the Collaborative Process influence spousal behavior and team dynamics through their interactions with each other. by: Susan M. Keyes, Esq. Divorce Without War,® firstname.lastname@example.org Years ago, I […]