On Wednesday, June 6th, St. Louis Collaborative Law Attorney and President of the Missouri Collaborative Institute Kirk C. Stange, along with Board of Directors member John D. Kershman, will be teaching a CLE for Strafford Publications on The Collaborative Divorce Process: Benefits and Limitations of Non-Judicial, Non-Adversarial Divorce Proceedings. This CLE will be a live 90-minute webinar with interactive Q&A that will take place from 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT.
The collaborative process can provide divorcing spouses a private, alternative means of ending a marriage without judicial involvement. While vastly different from litigation, practitioners familiar with this method can offer clients a higher level of confidence in the outcome of proceedings due to the increased control the parties have over the process.
The full course outline is as follows:
- The collaborative process—overview
- The collaborative participation agreement
- Ethical considerations for counsel
The Missouri Collaborative Institute (“MCI”) is organized and dedicated to the promotion of educational, civic, social and professional services related to the collaborative law method and its application to the resolution of disputes involving family law matters in Missouri.
Mr. Stange and Mr. Kershman are proud and honored to be able to present for Strafford Publications on collaborative law. It is their hope that by teaching this CLE seminar, they help increase awareness about collaborative practice.
For more information, please call 855-595-6679 or contact us online.