Seminar - Collaborative Divorce- Non-Adversarial Conflict Resolution Process
Collaborative Divorce provides an alternative path to traditional litigation for families contemplating divorce. The essence of Collaborative Divorce is the shared belief by the parties that it is in their family’s best interest to resolve their dispute outside of the litigation process. Olga Stambler and Jason Sposeep, members of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois, will provide an introduction to the Collaborative Law process. One which encompasses a team of specially trained professionals, including attorneys, mental health professionals and financial experts, dedicated to providing families the tools needed to reach settlement built on mutual interest and cooperation and allows the parties to decide their ultimate settlement while reducing the stress and animosity associated with litigation.
- This seminar is worth 1 hour of MCLE credit.
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