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Lawyers Who Pretend to be Collaborative But Aren’t

I had a client from Angola consult me about a collaborative divorce. She had two children and had spent the previous year living in Angola with them, with her husband’s assent, volunteering to help her people with her medical degree. She had returned to the States, per her agreement with her husband, so...

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The Cost of Divorce to Business

The Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals Board of Directors has approved an ambitious fundraising plan that includes seeking corporate sponsorships to help promote the Collaborative Process.

So why should businesses, both big and small, support a professional association?

Because the FACP has a mission that serves the...

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Divorcing with Special Needs Children

My Collaborative Team prides itself on being an innovative and forward-thinking group of professionals who are always looking for ways to make the Collaborative Process the go-to dispute resolution option for families in need. With this vision in mind, the Editorial Board has decided to develop material that will focus specifically on how...

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