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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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Casey Holtz, Phd.
Separation and divorce are often stressful for parents, and learning how to adjust to new routines and traditions can be especially challenging. Further, parents commonly struggle to figure out how to share their children’s time between households; the emotions tied to many family holidays can make…READ MORE
Recently we encountered this statement on a law firm website (not members of CFLCW): “While …[trained]… in Collaborative Divorce ..[we use] this approach when requested, and we caution…not all cases […]
by Rebecca Oettinger, JD
Couples who want to divorce each other respectfully often fear that bringing two lawyers into the mix will turn a quiet breakup into World War III. In recent years, some Wisconsin… Read More
A common question that arrives in the mailbox of this website is “how much does collaborative cost?” It is likely that the writer of the email presumes that, as an […]
WELCOME TO THE COLLABORATIVE FAMILY LAW WEBSITE
Welcome to the website of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin. Our goal is to make you aware of your options for the resolution of family disputes - including divorce - and to help you learn about Collaborative, an alternative to the traditional litigated approach.
We encourage you to "Take the Tour" of the Collaborative model to read about the process and watch brief videos featuring Wisconsin practitioners of Collaborative. You may also learn about each team professional using the links to the left. Search for a Collaborative Professional here as well.
WISCONSIN COLLAB+BLOG is the Archive page for past posts, and is a great place to learn more about collaborative law, issues in family law and divorce, and what you should know about financial considerations, parenting, support, and a host of other topics.
Carlton Stansbury, JD discusses the role of the Collaborative Coach.