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Family Diplomacy: A Collaborative Law Firm

At Family Diplomacy, we believe the process of resolving disputes should be private, cooperative, and efficient. That is why we are proud to be one of the first family law firms in the Tampa Bay area to practice exclusively in private dispute resolution with a focus on Collaborative Law. Collaborative Law is a next-generation family law process that brings together family members to respectfully negotiate resolutions.

No court battles. No power struggles. No Dirty Trial Tactics.

Whether you are facing an action for divorce, paternity, child support, adoption, name change, relocation, or modification of a final judgment, we are here to address your concerns, evaluate possible solutions, and develop a cost-effective plan of action that is tailored to your needs. Family Diplomacy will partner with you and endeavor to make sure that this time in your life is not any more stressful than necessary.

Leading the Collaborative Community

Family Diplomacy founder Adam B. Cordover is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator and leading Collaborative Attorney.  Adam is a founder and principal of the Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers and trains lawyers, psychologists, therapists, accountants, and financial planners to become Collaborative Family Law Professionals.  He is co-author of an upcoming American Bar Association book on Building a Collaborative Law Practice.  Adam is Immediate Past President of Next Generation Divorce, growing it to become the largest interdisciplinary collaborative practice group in Florida.  He is on the Executive Board of the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and a member of the Research Committee of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

World of Collaborative Practice: A Father Discusses His Collaborative Divorce

Cordover Intern Trainer at Mosten 40-Hour Mediation Training

Adoption Client Review: Very Professional and Precise

"After the most remarkable divorce I ever sat through was done, everyone stepped out the courthouse doors into the sun for a few more arm-in-arm pictures in front of the statue of Lady Justice. Then the just-unmarried couple said goodbye and walked off their separate ways."

From a recent Tampa Bay Times column describing a Collaborative Divorce case involving Adam B. Cordover. Find out how Collaborative Family Law can benefit your family.