'Building a Successful Collaborative #FamilyLaw Practice' from @ABAFamily puts the spotlight on the wisdom and practice-derived insights of 25 authors who command vast experience in the trenches of their Collaborative practices.
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It was an honor to work with such esteemed colleagues to put this book together! @kscudderlaw @CPChicago @socialtworker @GalbraithFamLaw @drgaies @ronousky @KAZumpano @nancymediator @MikeFancher @IACPNews @CollaborateFACP @NextGenDivorce @CollabLaw https://t.co/8bUVvoPhCj
#collaborativedivorce #collaborative - Building a Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice is now available. Go to American Bar Association store for the hard copy or download (as I did yesterday) e-version to read on Kindle, iPad, PC... @ABAFamily Adam @CordoverLaw
Thrilled to see this book out: Building a Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice - it's yet another example of how professionals are learning that a non-adversarial approach to divorce is beneficial for families and professionals alike. https://t.co/k7eIAGOMyw
House, retirement accounts, debt..there's a lot of things to consider when getting a #divorce. See what this report calls 'the top pitfalls to avoid.' Want to talk to a #CollaborativeDivorce Pro near you about your options? Visit our member directory! https://t.co/zmU1A2M2aC
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Collaborative Family Law Explained https://t.co/gThKJ0krhQ
McKnight v McKnight, 08/01/2018 1st DCA – There must be “special circumstances” warranting order that spouse secure alimony with life insurance. https://t.co/9OfRbJ5wj1 "Special circumstances" means:
When writing #collaborative marital settlement agreements, use precise, not vague, words & phrases. Parties should be able to read the agreement to know their obligations. Consider the collaborative process rather than more litigation, financial discovery, appeals, remand.
Elkins v. Elkins – 07/18/2018 – 4th DCA – Because trial court found “best efforts” used in parties’ marital settlement agreement was ambiguous, it was premature to force former husband to disclose extensive personal financial information to ex-wife.
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Hope & love that drew 2 people to each other may be the best mix for their separating. They may choose to part with hope & love. #collaborativedivorce #collaborative
4 practical ways to cope with ambiguity in life https://t.co/y4wCTPcTcx
Collaborative Divorce – What Is It And Will It Work For Me? https://t.co/gruOPqf6UX
This American Life: Collaborative Divorce https://t.co/Hzjj1Y3b2k
How much turmoil can a 16-year old bear? Mom died. Bio dad at war with uncle (stepdad). Facing separation from USA, school, friends, siblings. How much did this cost ? So much upheavel, angst. Could #collaborativelaw #collaborative have helped this family? https://t.co/2QaWRONuRl
Had parties tried #collaborativedivorce #collaborative in initial proceedings, anticipated end of ch supp, how much“alimony” could've been paid w/ $ spent on attorney fees & costs for protracted postjudgment proceedings, appeal, remand, further litigation? https://t.co/G6tQUZGgJ8
Although parties, by collaboratively reached parenting plan, cannot divest the trial court of its independent obligation to consider child’s best interests, or invite adoption of a parenting plan with prospective-based terms upon happening of future events, ...
Effective July 1, 2018, Florida Legislature creates part IV of Chapter 61: “Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act” (UDPCVA). Ch. 18-69, § 1, Laws of Fla. (creating new sections 61.703-773, Florida Statutes).
HB 1217: https://t.co/74ZhqDX73z
Overstreet v Overstreet 4/25/18 1st DCA Case of 1st impression
3-year assignment of Navy servicemember to Guam would be a permanent change of station, triggering no right to designate family member to exercise time-sharing during a temporary assignment.