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COLLABORATIVE LAW TRAINING ASSOCIATES WEBINAR SERIES


Join us for Collaborative Practice Webinars from the comfort of your office. The Collaborative Law Training Associates, Inc. (CLTA), is currently developing Webinars that will offer Collaborative Practitioners an opportunity to benefit from “training opportunities,” over the internet. Below is a partial list of topics that have been suggested or requested to be offered, covering a wide range of Collaborative Practice essentials. Please let us hear from you about other topics of interest (use the link below). Be sure to provide us with your email address so that we can send you announcements on upcoming Webinars with topics, dates, times and cost, prior to each Webinar.


COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE WEBINARS


ASSESSMENT TOOLS: HOW TO USE ASSESSMENT TOOLS TO DEVELOP TEAMS THAT MEET CLIENTS NEEDS WITH CONSIDERATION FOR THE FAMILY’S FINANCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
The Art of Being Retained in a Collaborative Case Communication and negotiation skills
Understanding collaborative practice and the participation agreement Interest based negotiation versus positional bargaining
The different models of collaborative practice Ethical dilemmas
What are the mental health roles and how are they different from therapy? the child specialist and the divorce coach Working as an effective team
The Mental Health Neutral - the Child Specialist and parenting plan Financial Cash management and spending plans
Keeping the financial neutral - neutral Retirement and pension plans, Income tax and Investments
Protocol of meetings Intake, triage, four way Community Property and Equitable Property division
OTHER TOPICS - YOUR SUGGESTIONS:

Send an email to info@collabtrainers.com to request updates, suggest a webinar topic, or ask for more information. Be sure to include your email address!


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