Gems from a Collaborative Discoverer
Kim Reed is one of us. She’s been a voice in the wilderness, way out in Panama City, Florida, which is not (yet), shall we say, a “thriving metropolis of collaborative dispute resolution.”
Divorcio Colaborativo: Anunciando su Lanzamiento del Hispano Collaborative Professionals™ (HCP) Sirviendo a los Hispanos
Hispano Collaborative Professionals™, también conocido como HCP, es un nuevo grupo de práctica Colaborativa de profesionales capacitados en colaboración que prestan servicios a las comunidades hispanas de la Florida en proceso de divorcio.
Collaborative Divorce: Announcing the Launch of Hispano Collaborative Professionals™ (HCP) Serving Hispanics
Hispano Collaborative Professionals™, also known as HCP, is a new Collaborative practice group of Collaboratively trained professionals serving Florida’s Hispanic communities in divorce.
I love this. “Hanlon’s Razor states that we should not attribute to malice that which is more easily explained by stupidity.
What You Need To Know About SBA Loans
Have questions about the CARES Act? Join us tomorrow as Megan Wolfe, CPA will present about the options you have and answer all of your questions! Register Here: https://bit.ly/2RKbOYO
President’s Update – April 2020
This is a horrible time. People are suffering enormously, and the suffering is not equal. We all do what we can. For some of us it’s simply to stay home and be kind and reach out to others. If we can’t hug, we can pick up the phone and call. In the meantime, FACP members, […]
Facilitating on the Sidelines
We have a defined concept of how a mental health neutral (MHP) should participate in the collaborative process but what if the parties don’t want to commit to an MHP?
Collaborating During Coronavirus: Challenges and Opportunities
Collaborating During Coronavirus: Challenges and Opportunities REPLAY AVAILABLE ON THE FACP RESOURCES PAGE Tips for Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Collaborative Process and using Zoom. How do we keep our practices running when we can’t leave our homes? How do we serve clients in crisis at a time when courts are only half-open? How do we […]
President’s Update – March 2020
Our lives have turned topsy-turvy in the last few weeks. Community is more important than ever. The physical spaces where we would usually gather to turn for community are shuttered—our churches and synagogues and community centers. Even my local farmers market closed—if I were in charge, I would keep it open. How is a supermarket […]
President’s Update – February 2020
FACP AT CERT REVIEW In January the FACP “held court” at the Florida Bar/AAML Board Certification Review Course in Orlando. Jennifer Frank chaired the effort that also enlisted Carina Leeson, Jerome Poliacoff and other FACP Board Members and volunteers to share literature and engage in conversations about: upcoming Collaborative training/educational opportunities; the FACP Annual Conference […]