TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Sept. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Empowering the Consumer to Make an Informed Decision: With the Florida Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA) in effect since July 2017, consumers in Florida have more choices than ever before for a respectful, private and efficient divorce process. The Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals (FACP) has created a new webinar series, "Divorce Choices". The Divorce Choices three-part webinar series reviews process options for divorce in Florida to help consumers make informed decisions about which process is best for them and their family.
Live, Online, Impartial Consumer Education on Family Law: The FACP is a non-profit statewide organization of Collaboratively trained divorce lawyers, financial experts and mental health professionals. These highly trained experts present the pros and cons of each of the available divorce process options.
What does the webinar series cover? The first live series is:
- Webinar #1: Traditional Divorce Proceedings – September 26, 2017
- Webinar #2: Alternative Dispute Resolutions to Divorce Proceedings – October 3, 2017
- Webinar #3: Collaborative Law Divorce Proceedings – October 10, 2017
Recordings of each will be made available to registrants unable to attend.
REGISTER NOW: Register for our webinar series at http://www.collaborativepracticeflorida.com/webinar-series-divorce-choices/
Why Attend Divorce Choices?
Benefits of Series
- Convenient – Attend the live presentations from the comfort of your home or office on your computer, tablet or mobile device. If you register and are not able to attend, a recording will be made available.
- Private – No one can see your registration or your attendance during the live presentation
- Unbiased – These webinars are not presented by a law firm. They are presented by members of the FACP, a nonprofit statewide organization whose mission is to educate the public about peaceful options for divorce.
- Thorough– The series will help you understand and manage not just the legal and financial aspects of divorce but, just as importantly, the emotional and relational aspects.
- Expert – The individuals presenting the material are highly experienced lawyers. All are members of the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Who is Eligible to Attend?
These seminars are open to the public, both individuals and couples in Florida, who are considering changing their marital status or living situation with respect to leaving a partner.
Objective, Up-to-Date Information On:
- Process options for divorce: traditional litigation, mediation, Collaborative process – the costs, benefits & consequences of each
- Parenting Plans
- Equitable distribution of assets and liabilities
- Spousal support, alimony and child support
- Many other issues to be considered when divorce is contemplated
Get Your Key Questions Answered:
- How much is divorce going to cost?
- How much time will it take?
- Where do I begin?
- What is mediation?
- What is Collaborative Process divorce?
- What happens if I go to court?
- Should I try to represent myself?
Learn How To:
- Preserve your family relationships
- Regain your emotional health and lessen stress
- Protect your children and communicate effectively with them
- Keep the process civil, not ugly and hurtful
- Get control of the divorce process, including costs, and set the tone you want for it
Webinars are live from Noon to 1pm. There is the opportunity to address general questions from the audience at the end of each webinar. If you have registered and can't make the presentation, a video recording will be made available.
Fees: $25 per webinar or $60 for the series, a 20% discount. We strongly recommend that you watch all three webinars to obtain an understanding of your choices. Payment can be made by PayPal or any major credit card.
Registration: Registration for this series is REQUIRED. Seats are limited.
Registration Link: http://www.collaborativepracticeflorida.com/webinar-series-divorce-choices/
The Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals is a nonprofit statewide organization comprised of family law attorneys, financial experts and mental health professionals practicing independently and in Collaborative practice groups focusing on out-of-court dispute resolutions for families in crisis.
For More Information Contact:
Christina Black, Administrator
SOURCE Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals