Collaborative Family Law: The Smart Alternative to Courtroom Divorce
Courtroom divorce costs professionals and business owners countless dollars in productivity losses. The traditional adversarial system pits husband versus wife, damages and divides privately-held companies, and makes sensitive financial information accessible by the public.
But there is an alternative, and you can learn more and get 1 Hour of FREE CLE/CPE at the convenience of your office or conference room.
- -Advise your clients about a private, non-adversarial divorce option recommended by more financial planners, accountants, and mental health professionals.
- -Get FREE CLE/CPE without leaving your office.
- -Learn about a growing field of private dispute resolution.
Adam B. Cordover is a leading collaborative attorney and Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator who practices exclusively in out-of-court dispute resolution. Adam trains attorneys, financial professionals, and mental health professionals in the field of Collaborative Divorce and Family Law. He is co-editor and co-author of an upcoming American Bar Association book on Building a Profitable and Satisfying Collaborative Law Practice.
You can review Adam B. Cordover’s C.V. by CLICKING HERE.
Adam has been featured in or interviewed about Collaborative Divorce by the Tampa Bay Times, Tampa Tribune, Orlando Sentinel, Miami Herald, Tampa Bay Business Journal, the Florida Bar News, Florida Trend Magazine, NBC 8, Fox 13, Bay News 9, ABC Action News, The World of Collaborative Practice Magazine, Spirit FM 90.5, and Money Talk 1010 AM. He regularly speaks at professional and civic organizations locally and internationally regarding the Collaborative Process.
Adam will provide 1 Hour of continuing education at your office or conference room for no fee alongside (availability permitting) a financial professional and mental health professional.
Courses on Collaborative Family Law qualify for Technical Business CPE credit for Florida CPAs. Written proof of attendance will be supplied.
To receive free Continuing Legal Education credit, Family Diplomacy must have notice of the intended date of the presentation at least 45 days in advance.
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