Introductory Collaborative Training

Collaborative Divorce Training Review: “Amazing!”

Fifty plus attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and students successfully completed a two-day Introductory Collaborative Family Law Training at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.  The training was led by Family Diplomacy managing attorney Adam B. Cordover along with psychologist Jeremy Gaies and accountants Kristin DiMeo and David Harper, all of the Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers.

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Adam B. Cordover, Jeremy Gaies, Kristin DiMeo, and Enid Miller Ponn Demonstrate a Collaborative Divorce Team Prep Meeting

The purpose of the training is to educate members of various professions on how they can help families go through divorce privately, efficiently, and as peacefully as possible.

“Excellent!  Well organized, informative, funny, and thorough!  You kept our attention during some very dry ‘legal-ease,’ and are all great team players,” praised Professor Randy Heller, the organizer of the training.

Adam B. Cordover alongside David Harper going over a fact pattern at a collaborative divorce training.

“You are amazing!” proclaimed Nancy Brodzki, president of the Collaborative Family Law Professionals of South Florida, the main sponsors of the training.  When asked what other topics she was interested in attending, Nancy responded, “Any collaborative training you offer.”

“Adam is extremely knowledgeable, well-spoken, and a huge asset to the collaborative divorce program,” said attendee and attorney Honit Simon.  “Adam did well in combining practice with theory,” commented another attendee, mental health student Solomon Udo.

“Great presenter.  Very knowledgeable and professional, and maneuvers well to switching between his roles as a speaker, lawyer, and actor,” mentioned one participant, while another called Cordover a “very good lecturer.”

A financial professional provided the feedback that Adam was “well organized and passionate.  Incorporated humor and comedy to support the materials.”  Similarly, Aleyah Yasin, Ph.D., commented, “I like how Adam incorporated humor and wit into his presentation of the law material.”

One lawyer said Adam has a “great personality.  Appreciate his humility.  Strong communicator.”  Finally, a mental health professional applauded Adam’s “amazing energy.  He seemed very knowledgeable and experienced.  I loved his passion for collaborative practice.”

If you are a professional and would like to bring a collaborative family law training to your practice group or community, or you would like to know how Adam can help your family through divorce or other matters, give us a call at (813) 443-0615 or CLICK HERE to fill out our contact form.

Adam B. Cordover is co-editor along with Forrest (Woody) Mosten of an upcoming American Bar Association book on Building a Successful Collaborative Law Practice.  He is a founding member of the Tampa Bay Collaborative Trainers and the Peacemaking Practice Trainers.  Adam is a leader in Next Generation Divorce, the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.