Jon Fields will be participating in a Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) program presentation on January 22, 2014 in Boston. He will be a part of a panel presenting on Collaborative Family Law Practice.
Attorney Fields is passionate about the practice of collaborative law, which is continually gaining popularity as an alternative to traditional approaches. To learn more about the collaborative law process, the MCLE panel is a great opportunity to learn from leaders in the field who are excited to share their knowledge and experience.
Collaborative law provides a way to resolve conflict constructively. It is extremely effective in family law and divorce matters where both parties are interested in maintaining a civil relationship for the sake of co-parenting and healthy familial relationships. Collaborative divorce is emerging as a popular alternative to divorce litigation, while also providing both parties with the security and knowledge of legal support.
The Collaborative Family Law Practice presentation will include the discussion of a variety of pertinent topics including “The Composition of a Collaborative Team” and “The Roles of the Attorneys and Clients in the Collaborative Law Process.” The event will end with a Q&A and Jon will be available to answer questions.
For those who cannot attend in person, there will be a live webcast on the event date, and a recording of the webcast will also be available after January 29th.