Helping Communities Build Collaborative Law through
Assessment • Consulting • Training

Overview of Service Phases
Phase One Services
CLT Associates meet with community leaders to help assess the unique characteristics of the community and assist participants in designing a model that will work for them.
Services
  • Telephone and/or on-site consultations with leaders for community assessment
  • Hands-on Development Training for Community Leaders
  • Design and Development of Community Services Model
  • Design and Development of Community Implementation Plan
Phase Two Services
Designed for communities who have no existing collaborative law services. This phase provides assessment & consulting services that lead to introductory training in Collaborative Law for lawyers only or interdisciplinary models.
Services
  • Assessment & Consulting with Collaborative Law leadership group
  • One Day Introduction and Overview Training in Collaborative Family Law
  • Two Day Training in Collaborative Law for (a) Lawyers only, and (b) Interdisciplinary Team Members
Phase Three Services
Designed to assist communities that have already begun working with an attorney-only model, but have decided to enhance & expand to include interdisciplinary professionals.
Services
  • Assessment & Consulting with Collaborative Law leadership group
  • One Day Introduction and Overview Training in Interdisciplinary Collaborative Family Law
  • Two Day Training in Collaborative Law for Interdisciplinary Team Members
  • or any format that will meet your needs


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