Divorce During COVID-19 & The Collaborative Practice Process

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Join us for an interactive information session to learn how Collaborative Practice can help your clients, your friends, and your family through the divorce process during COVID-19.

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at 10:00a (PDT). Find your local time HERE.

Cost: FREE

Summary: 

What happens to divorcing couples in the middle of the pandemic?  

Families aren’t exempt from the devastating impact of COVID-19. The strain of social isolation has created new challenges, including:

  • Not being able to finalize divorces already in process because courts are closed,
  • Navigating shared custody during a quarantine, as well as
  • The breakdown of marriages.

Fortunately, there is help.

Collaborative Practice is an internationally-recognized method created to help divorcing couples, and parents manage their divorce and child custody matters peacefully without the need for courts.

Teams of trained professionals help families resolve disputes with respect and dignity.

Lawyers, mental health professionals, child specialists, and financial professionals work together to keep children’s needs first while helping families move forward without court involvement.

Join us for an interactive information session to learn how Collaborative Practice can help your clients, your friends, and your family.

Trainers: IACP Board Member, Lori Gephart, and IACP Member & Past President, Ross Evans.

Length: Approximately one hour

All who register will receive a recording of the webinar to watch at a convenient time.

When
May 27th, 2020 10:00 AM   through   11:00 AM

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