The Collaborative Divorce Process: Benefits and Limitations of Non-Judicial, Non-Adversarial Divorce Proceedings
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A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide family law attorneys through the collaborative divorce process. Our panel will discuss the advantages and limitations of the method and provide counsel with crucial insight on when this effective conflict resolution strategy can most benefit clients considering divorce.
- The collaborative process—overview
- The collaborative participation agreement
- Ethical considerations for counsel
The panel will review these and other critical issues:
- What measures can counsel take to ensure good faith participation without judicial oversight of the process?
- To what extent is the process available in cases where there is a broad financial disparity between the parties?
- What remedies are available in the event one of the parties violates the collaborative stipulation or resulting settlement agreement?
Kirk C. Stange
Stange Law Firm
Mr. Stange has years of complex family law litigation experience. He is a frequent lecturer at CLE seminars, locally... | Read More
Mr. Stange has years of complex family law litigation experience. He is a frequent lecturer at CLE seminars, locally and nationally, for other attorneys and legal professionals on family law topics, including divorce and trusts. He is a published author on family law issues. He was been on the list of Super Lawyers for Family Law by Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers Magazine.Close
John D. Kershman
Stange Law Firm
Mr. Kershman is a family law attorney, focusing his practice on divorce, child support and custody, and collaborative... | Read More
Mr. Kershman is a family law attorney, focusing his practice on divorce, child support and custody, and collaborative law. He also counsels his clients on paternity, guardianship, prenuptial agreements and orders of protection.Close