BAMSL & CFLA Present: Collaborative Divorce - What Is It and Why Are Clients Choosing It?
On February 2, 2016, the BAMSL ADR Committee has planned a Collaborative Divorce presentation as part of its Lunch & Learn Series. This one-hour lunch presentation is an opportunity for family law attorneys to find out why clients are choosing collaborative divorce and how the collaborative process is different than a litigated divorce.
CFLA members will be on the panel and Allison Gerli of the BAMSL Young Lawyer’s Division will moderate. Armstrong Teasdale has offered the use of its conference room in Clayton. See details below.
If you are an attorney or other professional who would enjoy learning more about collaborative practice and collaborative divorce, please feel free to attend. Registration begins at 11:45 am and the presentation will begin at 12:00 pm.
If the attorney is a BAMSL member, registration is $20. For any non-BAMSL member, registration is $30. A box lunch is optional. If ordered, it will cost $10. BAMSL will handle lunch orders and have them ready at the door. Registration for BAMSL events is open to any professional.
Family Law: Collaborative Divorce - What Is It and Why Are Clients Choosing It?
Co-sponsored by the Family Law Section, Collaborative Family Law Association and Young Lawyers Division
Laura J. Boedges, RICP®, CDFA™ — Financial Consultant, Rogers & Company, a Wealth Management Firm, Inc.
Marjorie K. Carter — Owner, Carter Family Law Group LLC
Alan E. Freed — Attorney/Mediator, Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C.
Allison R. Gerli — Attorney, The Center for Family Law
Yvonne M. Homeyer — Attorney/Mediator, Law Office of Yvonne Homeyer
Barbara A. Koppe, MSW, LCSW — Licensed Clinical Social Worker, The Marriage & Family Institute
Location: Armstrong Teasdale LLP, 7700 Forsyth Blvd., Clayton, Missouri 63105