Although the requirements and application process for CDT Credentialing are demanding, they are objective. If you meet the requirements, you will be credentialed. The Credentialing Committee asks that you be diligent in completing your application. Read the Requirements, Application and FAQs/Instructions carefully before submitting your application. Due to the painstaking review of each application, the Credentialing Committee asks that you do not apply until you meet the criteria or your application is complete.
When an application for credentialing is received, it is run through an initial screening to verify if the applicant has followed the instructions and has submitted all required materials. During the initial screening process, the Credentialing Committee will verify that the applicant meets the requirements for CDT membership, case completion and training/education. Applications that pass the initial screening will proceed to peer review. For Master Credentialed Collaborative Professional applications, the service requirement will also be reviewed once the application has passed the initial screening phase.
For each Lawyer Participation Agreement submitted, redact the client names from the signed Participation Agreement, and write the case number corresponding to your Exhibit A Collaborative Case Information sheet. On Exhibit A, you will identify each qualifying case as Case ___ of ___ required for application. That number should be written on the corresponding signed Lawyer Participation Agreement. For example, “Case 1” should be written on the attached signed Lawyer Participation Agreement that refers to Case 1 on Exhibit A, and so on.
It is the goal of Collaborative Divorce Texas for every one of our members to become credentialed. We look forward to another stellar class of Master Credentialed and Credentialed Professionals as CDT continues to innovate and lead the collaborative movement.