Collaborative practice is not just for divorce. It is most commonly associated with divorce, but it can be used as a non-adversarial, private form of dispute resolution in many different scenarios. Further, there are many cases where a divorce does not begin collaboratively, and yet ends up in the collaborative process.
Below are links to posts written by Family Diplomacy managing attorney Adam B. Cordover on unique forms of collaborative practice in Tampa Bay:
A Complicated Divorce Goes Collaborative
Do You Need a Divorce Second Opinion?
Collaborative Law in Medical Malpractice
Polyamorous Divorce in Tampa Bay
Simplified Collaborative Divorce Protocols
Freezing Highly Contentious Divorce Litigation for the Collaborative Process
Prenuptial Agreements: Divorce Planning or Collaborative Marriage Planning?
Collaborative Process and Religious Values
Collaborative Divorce Consultation: I Will Meet with Both Spouses
A Really Quick Divorce Option in Florida
Private Child Custody Proceedings: Florida Collaborative Practice
Does Florida Recognize Legal Separation?
Drafting an Enforceable Florida Prenuptial Agreement
Florida Grandparents Rights and Collaborative Divorce
Prenuptial Agreements Collaborative-Style
Collaborative Divorce in a Weekend
If you have questions about how collaborative practice would help your family, schedule a consultation with Family Diplomacy: A Collaborative Law Firm at (813) 443-0615 or CLICK HERE to fill out our contact form.
Adam B. Cordover is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator and Collaborative Law Attorney and Instructor. He has presented collaborative law concepts for Next Generation Divorce, the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals, and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.