Want to learn more about divorce options in Wisconsin?
The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin provides speakers for clubs, associations and community groups interested in family law and Collaborative Practice in Wisconsin.
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THE ROLE OF THE LAWYER, REVISITED
The role of lawyers in collaborative cases is markedly different than the role of lawyers in traditional divorce representation. Traditional divorce process severs a family and imposes adversarial goals on clients: each lawyer is....read more/leave a comment.
Divorce in Wisconsin
The 4 ways to divorce in Wisconsin:
Pro Se - which means "do-it yourself"
Mediation - using a neutral 3rd party
Litigation - you "go to court"
Collaborative - you control the process
In four powerful words - You are in charge.
- You control the process and pace
- Your Team creates workable solutions
- The process is private, not public
- The outcome is unique to your family.
How Do You Begin?
Take the Collaborative Tour and learn
- How Collaborative works
- Why it considers everyone's interests
- What you need to do next
- Where to find the right professional to help
The following CFLCW Members are official Sponsors of the 2017 CFLCW Annual Meeting and provided extraordinary financial support for this website:
Nancy Cannon, Psy.D (retired) - Divorce Coach and Child Specialist
Past Chair, Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin
7 minutes - The Value of the Collaborative Process
LEARN ABOUT COLLABORATIVE IN OUR VIDEO LIBRARY
Hear from Collaborative Professionals
Our YouTube channel contains a number of videos outlining the role of Collaborative Practice team members, your responsibilities as a client, and why attorneys, financial neutrals, divorce coaches, child specialists and affiliate members are so critical to the process
Watch for a new CFLCW Video Page coming soon to this website!
Kathleen M. Baird Dolphin Award Sponsors for 2017
Each year the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin recognizes a person or persons that embody the spirit of Collaborative Practice in Wisconsin. The Kathleen M. Baird Dolphin Award is named after the 5th Chair of CFLCW, Kathleen M. Baird, JD. The individuals and firms identified below have contributed extraordinary financial support in memory of Kathy and to support the Dolphin Award and the information presented on this website. We thank them for their generous donation. Click on any of the green links or images to reach the member's website
FIND A COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONAL
Our Membership Directory allows you to search for a CFLCW member by profession or office location. It is important to remember that most members do not restrict their practice geographically and therefore practice in multiple counties.