The urge for a more humane way to practice divorce law has hit Pinellas County. The days of pitting husband versus wife, mother versus father in an adversarial courtroom divorce have both attorneys and clients pining for a private, healthier alternative to deal with family law issues.
And so the Saint Petersburg Bar Association and Clearwater Bar Association have invited Adam B. Cordover, Esq., John L. Sullivan, IV, CDFA, and James B. Morris, Jr., Ph.D., to discuss the interdisciplinary collaborative divorce model at their annual Family Law Update. The 2014 Family Law Update is approved for 4.0 general continuing legal education hours and 3.5 hours for purposes of Marital and Family Law certification.
Cordover, Sullivan, and Morris are all members of Next Generation Divorce, a group of approximately 70 attorneys, financial professionals, and mental health professionals dedicated to helping families in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Sarasota, and Manatee Counties. All have been trained to work in an interdisciplinary team to resolve not only the legal issues, but also the emotional and financial issues that are part of every divorce.
If you have questions regarding how a Pinellas County collaborative process can help your family, make an appointment with The Law Firm of Adam B. Cordover, P.A., at (813) 443-0615 or fill out our contact form.
Adam B. Cordover is President of Next Generation Divorce and Co-Chair of the Research Committee of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Florida, and Adam was one of only 24 professionals selected worldwide to participate in the Leadership Academy of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.