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The Member News Page has updates for December 17, 2014

Jan. 20, 2015 - Family Tax Seminar
Feb 19/20, 2015 - Building Blocks Training

CFLCW Board approves new Stipulation & Order for Collaborative effective 1-1-2015. Log-in to the secure Member Area for more details.

Baraboo News Republic has feature on incoming CFLCW Chair Rebecca Oettinger, JD


Attorneys, Mental Health Professionals and Financial Specialists interested in Collaborative Practice - next training session set for Feb. 19-20, 2015
Register for 2015 Building Blocks Training

Learn about joining CFLCW.


Thanks to our Members:
The information on this website and the support necessary to maintain it is made possible by all of the members of CFLCW, and the extraordinary financial contributions of the CFLCW members listed here - you can visit their websites by clicking on the logos below:


Divorce Financial Solutions
Milwaukee, WI 53202


Vrakas/Blum
Brookfield, WI 53005


WFA Asset Management Corp.
Whitefish Bay, WI 5321

Keller
Affiliate Members Sally & David Hanson
Keller Williams Realty
New Berlin, WI 53151


Cullen Weston Pines & Bach
Madison, WI 53703


Diane S. Diel, SC
Milwaukee, WI 53202




Law Offices of Karen Goldman Zimmermann
Bayside, WI 53217


Hansen & Hildebrand, S.C.
Milwaukee, WI 53202


Burbach & Stansbury

Milwaukee, WI


von Briesen & Roper
Milwaukee, WI


Affiliate Member Daniel K. Smith
Waddell & Reed


D'Angelo & Jones, LLP
Waukesha, WI 53188



Cornerstone Counseling
Cornerstone Counseling


Janice Wexler, JD


Hebl, Hebl & Ripp, LLP


First Federal - Anne Brannon


Jim Cotterone, Jr & Charles Albrecht

This web site is for for Wisconsin couples and families to learn about collaborative law and help you find the appropriate professionals for your situation.

The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. (CFLCW) is a not-for-profit association of attorneys, financial experts, divorce coaches and child specialists trained in the Collaborative Divorce. Read About who we are.

There are very important differences between the Collaborative Process and traditional litigation. Throughout this website you can view brief videos about those differences, how the Collaborative Process works, and the professionals that practice Collaborative.

Susan Hansen, JD, an experienced Collaborative attorney,discusses the uniqueness of the Collaborative Process:

 

Here are 5 recommended steps to follow to learn more about the Collaborative Process:

  1. Learn about what "collaborative divorce" is all about - Beginning in the green menu bar above is a link called "Learn About Collaborative." That is the first page of a self-directed Tour of Collaborative; it provides an overview of the process and what you can expect.

  2. Talk to a collaborative professional - You can search for an attorney or a coach on this website at our Search for a Professional page.

  3. Introduce the Collaborative approach with your spouse or partner. This is a voluntary process. It is important for both of you to agree that Collaborative is the best process for you to use to get through your divorce.

  4. Put together Your Team. Once you and your partner have agreed to use the Collaborative process, you will each retain your attorney and meet with him or her prior to a first joint meeting.

  5. Schedule a First Joint Meeting. At the first joint meeting you will sign the Collaborative Participation Agreement, identify your major goals and concerns, and plan the next steps of your process.

You are encouraged to read through the detailed description of collaborative practice on this website. We also have a detailed Frequently Asked Questions.

 


News for you:


Public education sessions about divorce options

For information about divorce options in Wisconsin and the Collaborative approach, CFLCW sponsors monthly educational sessions in a program called 2nd Saturday Wisconsin.

Upcoming Session on DECEMBER 13, 10 am to 12 Noon: (map available here:)
Oak Creek Community Center, Oak Creek

Visit 2nd Saturday Wisconsin to learn more about these sessions.

Military Families
CFLCW also has members available to work with military families facing family law and related issues - see our listing of volunteers.

 


 

 

 

Additional financial support for this website has been provided by the following CFLCW Members:

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