FACP’s Practice Group Committee is pleased to present a Collaborative version of “Grand Rounds,” modeled after the medical teaching process.
We are inviting you and your practice group members to participate as presenters, and by submitting issues for future discussion, based on actual Collaborative family law cases. Each month, a different practice group will present on one of the submitted cases at a virtual lunch hour (12-1pm EST) meeting. Ideally, one attorney, one mental health professional and one financial professional will present for the first part of each session, with whole-group discussion thereafter.
Our Grand Rounds series will be held on the third Friday of each month. Please send an email to Brittany Staggs, the FACP Administrator, at (Brittany.email@example.com) and she will forward a monthly reminder to you for distribution to your practice group members. We welcome participation from FACP members and non-members alike. Registration information will be on the reminder/invitation from Brittany, who will be receiving the registrations and following up with a zoom link for all registered participants.
Register in advance for the July 16th Grand Round:
What to Expect When You’re Setting Expectations – The importance of the professional team setting expectations in the pre-meeting.
What happens when? Who’s responsible for? How shall we handle? In this Grand Rounds we will discuss setting team expectations prior to the first full team meeting. Each professional (Attorney, Mental Health Facilitator and Financial Neutral) has their own preferences, expectations and needs. Asking the right questions and discussing individual and group expectations during your professional team meeting is critical to creating an effective team that executes a successful collaborative outcome.
Carina Leeson is a Collaborative Family Law attorney and Partner at the Kendrick Law Group in Maitland, Florida. She is an active member of the Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida, is on the Board of Directors for the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals and a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Carina is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator. Carina lives in Orlando with her husband and their twin daughters.
Renee Natvig, LCSW
Renee is an experienced individual and relationship therapist and a collaborative neutral facilitator. A clinical social worker with a private practice in downtown Orlando, Renee earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Central Florida, and a Bachelor’s degree in Pre-Professional Studies from the University of Notre Dame. For the past 18 years she has worked with adults and teens in individual, family, and relationship therapy including GLFTQ+ and polyamorous clients. Renee is certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy by the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples and Families.
Megan Wolfe, CPA, RFC, CDFA
Megan is a Certified Public Accountant and Financial Advisor with Wolfe Financial Group in Lake Mary, FL. She obtained a Masters of Science degree in Taxation from the University of Central Florida and a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering from the University of Florida. Among other designations, she is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Collaboratively trained financial neutral and Registered Financial Consultant. Her primary focus is Taxation, Financial Planning and serving as Financial Neutral in Collaborative cases. In her spare time she enjoys traveling and cheering on the Florida Gators with her husband, Brett.