Building a Successful Collaborative Family Law Practice
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Prologue: Making Collaborative and Non-Court Practice Your Day Job – Forrest S. Mosten & Adam B. Cordover
Chapter 1: Lawyers as Peacemakers. Really?!? Yes, Really. – David Hoffman
Chapter 2: How Collaborative Practice Will Improve Your Profitability – Robert Merlin
Chapter 3: Redefining Your Practice Signature and Creating a Profitable Peacemaking Practice – Kevin Scudder
Chapter 4: How Many Hats Can You Wear? Assessing If You Can Be a Collaborative Professional and Still Litigate – Carl Michael Rossi
Chapter 5: Being A Client Leader: The Art of Gaining New Collaborative Clients – Rich Grof
Chapter 6: Effectively Marketing Your Collaborative Practice – Gary Direnfeld
Chapter 7: Creating Collaborative Office Space – Zanita Zacks-Gabriel
Chapter 8: Integrating Technology into Your Collaborative Practice – Brian Galbraith
Chapter 9: Getting Buy-In for a Collaborative Approach from the Other Spouse and Attorney – Enid Miller Ponn
Chapter 10: The First Client Meeting: Gateway to a Collaborative Case – Bev Churchill
Chapter 11: Gaining Success at the First Joint Collaborative Meeting – Jeremy Gaies
Chapter 12: Fine-Tuning Your Collaborative Team – Lara Traum
Chaoter 13: Developing a Range of Collaborative Models: One Size Does Not Fit All – Ronald D. Ousky
Chapter 14: Mediation and Collaboration: Harnessing Potential Synergy – Elizabeth Potter Scully
Chapter 15: Traits and Skills of a Highly Effective Financial Neutral – J. David Harper
Chapter 16: Collaborative Child Specialists: Traditional and Expanded Roles – Kathleen Zumpano
Chapter 17: Using Behavioral Health Professionals in Family Law – Nancy Retsinas and Susan Buniva – includes Supplemental Practice Tips by Melissa Sulkowski
Chapter 18: Collaborative Marriage Planning – Dennis Lerner
Chapter19: Modifying Existing Agreements with a Collaborative Approach – Kimberly Stamatelos
Chapter 20: Avoiding and Handling Termination of the Collaborative Process – Michael V. Fancher Chapter 21: Civil Collaborative Practice: The New Way to Do Business – Sherrie R. Abney Chapter 22: Collaborative Practice as a Business – Brian Galbraith
Conclusion: Next Steps to Develop Your Collaborative Practice – Forrest S. Mosten and Adam B. Cordover
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