A cornerstone in the Collaborative Process is interest-based negotiations.
Ashley and Jacob proceeded with a Dissolution of Marriage through a pro bono Collaborative Divorce proceeding.
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 […]
On Feb. 24, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, R-St. Petersburg, filed for divorce.
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist is seeking a divorce from his wife of eight years.
Earlier today a couple of our members, Keith Grossman and Trisch Gerber, had the opportunity to speak on WGCU an NPR affiliate in Southwest Florida. Keith and Trisch talked about the growth of the Collaborative Process in the state of Florida and the benefits of using the Collaborative Process when going through a divorce. You […]
The Florida Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on the rules for the Collaborative Process. This is a historic hearing for the Collaborative Process and can be seen live on the Florida Supreme Court’s Gavel to Gavel website on Thursday, February 9th at 9 A.M. We hope you join us in supporting Robert J. Merlin […]
In the Best Interests of the Child: Drafting Parenting Plans Considering the Child’s Age and Special Needs
To truly be in the best interests of the child, parenting plans cannot be based on “fill-in-the-blank” templates.
The value of a collaborative team is defined by the synergy it creates when a team of professionals come together.
I recently sat at the table with a husband and wife who had just signed their marital settlement agreement.