COLLABORATIVE ADVOCACY WORKSHOP - COMING UP!
What does Client Advocacy mean to you?
How does advocacy integrate into the Collaborative Process? Are there limitations?
What does neutrality mean? How do you use Neutrals to enhance the advocacy role?
These questions and many more are part of an advanced Advocacy Workshop hosted by CFLCW on March 10 and 11, 2021 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Victoria Smith and Deborah Graham, both acclaimed trainers and attorneys in Canada, will conduct this highly interactive online session. It will be limited to only forty participants, and the fee for the session and the anticipated six continuing education credit is $295.00 for CFLCW members.
Register today on the Registration & Events page.
Continuing Collaborative Credit
January 1, 2021 starts a new two year cycle of Continuing Collaborative Credits, a program adopted by CFLCW to recognize ongoing education and participation by CFLCW members. The special "CCC Page" has been updated to list all the activities that qualified for credit in 2020. If you have any questions, please contact Susan.
Coming Up in 2021
The Collaborative Advocacy Workshop is March 10 & 11 in two half-day sessions.
The Family Law Golf Outing is July 21, 2021
The 23rd of September is the Tax & Family Financial Seminar.
The 2021 Annual Meeting will be November 11 at Ingleside in Pewaukee.
2021 Emeritus Members
The following Members are now "Emeritus Members" of CFLCW:
Christy Brooks, JD
Jeff Teplin, LCSW
Al Dassow, CPA
Kathy Gehl, PsyD
Emeritus Members are retired from active practice in their respective professions but wish to remain connected to the Collaborative community in Wisconsin. If you recently retired and wish to become an Emeritus Member, please let us know!
A Special Thank You to the CFLCW Diamond Sponsors
The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc., is an association of professionals working together to teach, learn, practice, and promote family centered processes, using interdisciplinary teams, to respectfully resolve family law concerns including separation and divorce.