Tampa Collaborative Family Law Attorney Adam B. Cordover was a guest speaker at Nova Southeastern University’s 3-Day Collaborative Training, held November 6-8. Adam spoke on the topic of “Troubleshooting the Collaborative Divorce Roadmap.”
Attorneys, Mental Health Professionals, and Financial Professionals attended the training, though there was also a large contingent of mental health students. This conference was meant to kick start a groundbreaking program/clinic where the students would team up with professionals and offer collaborative divorce services to veterans.
The conference was put together by Dr. Randy Heller, a professor at Nova Southeastern University, and Andi Macatangay, the Supervising Attorney for the Mission United Veterans Pro Bono Project.
The training was sponsored and developed by the United Way, Mission United, Legal Aid Service of Broward County, Collaborative Family Law Professionals of South Florida, Nova Southeastern University, and the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce Trainers.
If you have questions about how the collaborative divorce process can be used to help your family in Tampa Bay, schedule a consultation with Adam B. Cordover at Family Diplomacy: A Collaborative Law Firm at (813) 443-0615 or fill out our contact form.