Camillus, New York 13031
Dan Cantone is a Collaborative Practice attorney devoted to out-of-court solutions for families transitioning to living apart. Spouses who are interested in long-range problem solving in their family life, honest about the marital breakdown, open-minded to new possibilities for beneficial outcomes for each parent, and eager to arrive at sensible and constructive results, will be well served by the client-centered focus of Dan's representation. The priorities of his services are working with couples in crisis and coordinating with allied professionals genuinely committed to the ideals of Collaborative Law. Dan's patient, empathic, and cooperative approach allows clients to discover and implement their best choices for successful two-way decisions.
Dual Bachelor of Arts (BA), cum laude, Syracuse Univ. School of Public Communications and College of Arts & Sciences, 1978 (Newspaper Journalism and Psychology)
Introductory Two-Day Basic Collaborative Law Training; Ethics in Collaborative Practice
In-service training for the CNY Collaborative Family Law Professionals. Frequent presenter for CLE, academic and professional business groups.
Introductory Two-Day Basic Collaborative Law Training; in-service full and half-day sessions on Collaborative ethics and skills building
Suzanne Brunsting, Michael Hagelberg, David Murch (Rochester, NY), Greg Monashefsky, Robert Wells, Patricia Ramsdell, Gay Custer, Mitch Jaffe (Syracuse, NY)