Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training – CL 101

Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training – CL 101

(N.J. CLE – 14.1 CREDITS | PA. CLE – 10.5 CREDITS | NASW – 13.5 CREDITS)


Linda L. Piff, Esquire (Co-Founder of Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group)
Anna-Maria Pittella, Esquire & Joseph C. Noto, ESQ.
Ann Marie O’Hare, CPA, CFE, CDFA
Madeline Muise, LCSW & Shireen B. Meistrich, LCSW

An introductory two-day training providing a sound foundation on the nuts and bolts of collaborative law with role play of an entire collaborative case including mental health professionals and financial professionals in the role play.

The program will demonstrate why traditional approaches to divorce do not help couples and their children reach optimal lasting solutions, and why collaborative family law is so powerfully effective.

Choose from the following three dates:

  1. Saturday, July 10, 2010 & Saturday, July 17, 2010 – Wall, NJ
  2. Friday, September 24, 2010 & Saturday, September 25, 2010 – Woodbridge, NJ
  3. Friday, October 8, 2010 & Saturday, October 9, 2010 – Princeton, NJ

Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fee: (If paid by June 30, 2010, the cost is $550 which is to be paid in full and returned with the attached registration form.  After June 30, 2010,  the cost is $600)

Which will include:

Continental breakfast mid-morning coffee break, lunch, afternoon coffee, and a copy of the book – “The Collaborative Way to Divorce,” by Stuart G. Webb and Ron Ousky

For more information and registration forms:

Please contact:

Linda L. Piff, Esq.
at (732) 556-0240 or email
Practical Collaborative Solutions, LLC


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