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Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training (cl 101)

N.J. CLE – 14.1 CREDITS  |  PA. CLE – 10.5 CREDITS  |  NASW – 13.5 CREDITS
CPE CREDITS PENDING

FEATURING:
Linda L. Piff, Esquire & Joseph C. Noto, Esquire
Anna-Maria Pittella, Esq. & Risa A. Kleiner, 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.

Day 1 – Saturday, January 15, 2011
Day 2 – Thursday, January 20, 2011
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Collaborative Law Center
1704 Maxwell Drive, Wall, NJ 07719

The cost is $600 which is to be paid in full and returned with the attached registration form.  Fee includes 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.

Registration Information: Basic_Training_January_15_2011
Mail completed registration form along with check or credit card authorization to:
Linda L. Piff, Esq.
Practical Collaborative Solutions, LLC
1704 Maxwell Drive – Route 138, Wall, NJ  07719
For more information contact Linda L. Piff, Esq.
at (732) 556-0240 or email lindap@lindapiff.com

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Intermediate Collaborative Law Training

Intermediate Collaborative Law Training
(CL201-208)
with
Practical Collaborative Solutions
December 9, 2010
8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Collaborative Law Center
1704 Maxwell Drive
Wall, New Jersey

6 CLE Credits Pending including 2 CLE Ethics Credits
CPE and NASW Credits Pending

Morning Sessions & Afternoon Sessions

$250.00 per person –Early Registration
($295.00 after November 14, 2010)

You get to earn professional credits and choose which
seminars you would like to attend.

For more information – please call Linda Piff at (732) 556-0240

Click here for registration information: Intermediate_training_December_2010(2)

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Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training (CL 101)

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

Basic Interdisciplinary Collaborative
Law Training (cl 101)


FEATURING:

Linda L. Piff, Esquire

(Co-Founder of Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group)

Anna-Maria Pittella, Esq. & Joseph C. Noto, Esq.
Joanne S. Nadell, 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 a training schedule & location that works for you:

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Friday, September 24, 2010 & Saturday, September 25, 2010 – Wall, NJ

OR

Friday, October 8, 2010 & Saturday, October 9, 2010 – Princeton, NJ

**If paid by August 30, 2010, the cost is $550 which is to be paid in full and returned with the attached registration form. After August 30, 2010, the cost is $600.

Fee includes: 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 call (732) 556-0240 or email lindap@lindapiff.com

For Registration Flyer and Information – Please click the link below:

Flyer_for_September_and_October_2010_Basic_trainings(3)

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Exciting News from Practical Collaborative Solutions!

Practical Collaborative Solutions has been approved by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a training firm! Come train with us in the fall and be in compliance with the mandatory CLE credits for attorneys. More seminars to be posted with additional opportunities to earn CLE hours.

Choose from the following training dates:

1. Friday, September 24 and Saturday, September 25 in Woodbridge, New Jersey

2. Friday, October 8 and Saturday, October 9 in Princeton, New Jersey.

For more information and registration information:

Please contact Linda Piff at (732) 556-0240
***Connect with me on Linked in for the latest collaborative news and events! http://www.linkedin.com/in/lindapiff

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The Right Solution

Divorce is a stressful time for both adults and children. A traditional divorce only increases this stress by depleting savings, alienating children and traumatizing the entire family. There is a better way!

Collaborative divorce is a way to avoid more pain for your family while still getting the strong advocate you need to protect your interests. Collaborative divorce borrows the best of traditional divorce and mediation, avoiding the pitfalls of both.

A collaborative divorce provides the support and advocacy that most spouses need, while minimizing the trauma and expense that often comes with a traditional divorce. The collaborative team works to ensure that all parties’ needs are communicated, and that clients complete the divorce process with new communication skills that facilitate the transition to a new family structure.

Another great advantage of the collaborative process is that, unlike in a litigated divorce, all sensitive information is kept confidential. A collaborative divorce protects personal information and finances from public disclosure. In a traditional divorce, all papers filed with the court become open to the public.

By choosing to resolve disputes collaboratively, you can minimize or prevent the most common consequences of litigation – damaged relationships, excessive legal fees, loss of privacy and wasted time.

While most disputes can be solved collaboratively, it’s not the right solution for everyone. To help you decide which method of divorce is right for you, schedule an initial meeting to discuss your particular circumstances and needs. Together we can weigh the financial, emotional and practical feasibility of your options to help you to decide which approach is best for you.

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