UPDATE: Collaborative Rules Amendment Filed To Supreme Court

UPDATE 3/30/17 9:00 A.M. : The amended rule of professional responsibility was filed with the Florida Supreme Court earlier this morning. As you know, Judge Laurel Lee and I presented the Collaborative rules to the Florida Supreme Court last Thursday. Earlier, the Court issued a unanimous opinion in which it requested that The Florida Bar and […]

Bay Area Collaborative Professionals Looking To Establish Pro Bono Program

A joint committee of the Tampa Bay Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Next Generation Divorce, and the Hillsborough, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg Bar Association Collaborative Law Sectio, has been meeting to explore the establishment of a pro bono, low bono, and modest means Collaborative Law program. The goal of this committee is to explore options and establish […]

New Florida law may revolutionize divorce in the Sunshine State

Cole Jeffries

Cole Jeffries, FACP member and Tampa family lawyer, wrote a guest column for the Tampa Bay Times about the new collaborative process act and benefits for Florida couples. Learn more on the Times site: New Florida law may revolutionize divorce in the Sunshine State  

There is no “fun” in dysfunctional teams! 

Come find out why teams fail and learn strategies to improve team performance and overcome stalemates presented Friday afternoon May 20 at the  FACP conference by Fraser Himes, Esq., Caroline Black Sikorske, Esq., Alice Boullosa, MSW and David Harper, CPA, ABV.  #FACPcollaborativelawconference Event Agenda