The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. (CFLCW) was incorporated on August 21, 2000. It is one of the oldest Collaborative Practice groups in the country. Many of the founding members of CFLCW were instrumental in the development of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. (IACP).
Over 250 attorneys, financial professionals and mental health coaches and child specialists make up the membership of CFLCW. Every member must undergo training in the Collaborative Process and, in addition to their specific professional continuing education requirements, also complete a set number of hours in Continuing Collaborative Credits – which consists of training and interaction with other members – and must do so every 2 years.
The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc., is an association of professionals working together to teach, learn, practice, and promote family centered processes, using interdisciplinary teams, to respectfully resolve family law concerns including separation and divorce.
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