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Video: Streamlined Protocols for Collaborative Divorce Explained

November 12, 2013


The Collaborative Divorce Institute of Tampa Bay and Tampa Bay Collaborative Divorce Group are teaming up to bring a training on the Streamlined Protocols for Collaborative Divorce on March 20-22, 2014.  Attorneys, Financial Professionals, Mental Health Professionals, and Mediators can find the registration form here, and below is a video of Dr. Ellie Izzo, one […]

Curtis Cowan Law > Collaborative Divorce: Better, Cheaper, and the Wave of the Future

October 14, 2013


From Curtis Cowan, Esq.: Want a cheaper, less stressful, fairer divorce process? The Collaborative Divorce Process is the answer! Unfortunately, the public is currently mostly unaware of the Collaborative Divorce Process and its tremendous benefits. Even most family-law attorneys, unless they have been trained in the Collaborative Divorce Process, have not embraced the Collaborative Divorce […]

World of Collaborative Practice > Florida’s First Pro Bono Collaborative Divorce

October 7, 2013


From the World of Collaborative Practice: Not all divorcing spouses want to engage in nasty court battles. Such is the case of Tyler Nelson and Pamela Burton, who decided to end their marriage on an amicable basis without consuming years in costly and contentious litigation. They decided to use a form of private dispute resolution […]

Palm Beach County Divorce & Family Law Blog > What Happens at Your First Collaborative Divorce Meeting?

October 1, 2013


From Charles D. Jamieson, Esq.: You and your spouse have decided to participate in a collaborative divorce. You both retained attorneys. You are about to sit down at your first collaborative divorce meeting. You are feeling some anticipation and anxiety. What happens now?

ABC Family Law Blog > Does Florida Recognize Legal Separation?

September 29, 2013


From Adam B. Cordover, Esq.: Many jurisdictions require spouses to be legally separated for a certain period of time (oftentimes about 6-12 months) before they can get a divorce. Florida does not have such a requirement. However, there are many couples out there who wish to go through a “trial separation” without taking the leap […]

Collaborative Law Institute of Texas > First Pro Bono Collaborative Divorce in Florida Brings New Awareness

September 25, 2013


From the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas: This remarkable story in the Tampa Tribune from last week involves a Florida couple who has a story that’s regrettably familiar. Though their marriage started off well, they found themselves fighting and growing apart, and determined that they need to get divorced. But rather than do what many Florida […]

Collaborative Divorce Institute of Tampa Bay > Florida’s First Pro Bono Collaborative Divorce Takes Place in Tampa

September 22, 2013


From Collaborative Divorce Institute of Tampa Bay: On September 20, 2013, at 9 a.m., Judge Laurel Lee will officially divorce Pamela Burton and Tyler Nelson. This will be the first time the judge will meet Pam and Tyler, because they engineered their entire divorce using the collaborative dispute resolution (“CDR”) process. By doing so, they […]