At last year’s State Bar of Texas Collaborative Law Course, Jennifer Leister and Carie Silvestri presented “#Truth: Children speak the truth about divorce.” Building off that presentation, Carie and Jennifer and a committee of collaborative professionals from throughout the state, including Dr Honey Sheff, Melinda Eitzen, JD, Curtis Harrison, JD, and Mickey Gaylor, JD, interviewed judges, custody evaluators, amicus attorneys, guardians ad litem, and collaborative MHPs about the effects of collaborative and litigated divorces on children.
This advanced collaborative divorce course shares unique insights regarding the impact of divorce on children from various views within the judicial system. This presentation will challenge many long-held beliefs about the impact of the judicial system on families and children. Unique insight from judges and other court-appointed professionals will educate collaborative divorce professionals about the various tools available to help them deal with the impact of divorce on children and understand the benefits of collaborative divorce compared to other legal processes for untying the knot and protecting children from the destructive effects of a litigated divorce.
Advanced Collaborative Training is intended for persons who have completed the Basic Interdisciplinary training and have experience in conducting collaborative divorce cases.
If you register before June 7, 2019, the cost is $300 for members and $335 for nonmembers of CDT. After June 7, 2019, the costs are $340 for members and $375 for nonmembers of CDT. Refunds are available 10 days prior to the course beginning.
The training will be held at the Meadow Foundation Conference Center, 2900 Live Oak Street, Dallas, TX 75204. Call 972-386-0158 (Ronda Robinson) or e-mail email@example.com for further information.