Kentucky Collaborative Family Law Information

The Kentucky Family Law Network, Inc. now has a membership application posted on its website as well as the registration form for the Advanced Collaborative Divorce Practice presentation November 1, 2006 featuring Pauline H. Tessler, J.D. and Peggy Thompson, Ph.D.
KCFN membership is open to attorneys, financial professionals and mental health professionals who have, inter alia, completed a basic course in collaborative family law. Here's the scoop on the October 6, 2006 basic training to be held October 6, 2006 in Covington, Kentucky:

Collaborative Law/Collaborative Practice Workshop:
What Makes the Collaborative Case Different

October 6, 2006
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Located at RiverCenter
Media Room, Level G-3
Covington, Kentucky

Sherri Goren Slovin, J.D. – Collaborative Law Trainer

Sherri Goren Slovin has practiced law in Cincinnati, Ohio for 26 years, with a concentration in Family Law. In addition to her legal practice, Ms. Slovin is an experienced mediator and negotiation trainer. She has received extensive ADR training which includes attendance at Harvard Law School’s Program on Advanced Negotiation Skills.

Ms. Slovin is a founding member and past Chairperson of the Collaborative Family Lawyers of Cincinnati and has been selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America and Ohio Superlawyers. Ms. Slovin serves on the Board of International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.

Ms. Slovin provides workshops nationally on Collaborative Family Law and Collaborative Communication. She can be reached at

Collaborative Law/Collaborative Practice Workshop: What Makes the Collaborative Case Different?

A. Goal of the Training: To engage lawyers and other professionals in the collaborative process in a meaningful way that provides confidence and competence.

B. Who should attend: The training is geared to professionals who have not been previously trained, or who would like to refocus on basic collaborative process skill. The training focuses on understanding the paradigm shift, interest based negotiation and the power of the collaborative process to deliver a divorce that meets the legal, emotional and financial needs of a family. It provides an insight into collaborative processes that include lawyers only and lawyers and the professionals appropriate to the needs of the family.

CLE Credit: Applying for qualification for 6.5 CLE hours in Kentucky, Ohio.

Registration Fee: $125 includes lunch
Registration must be received by September 15, 2006
$150 if received after September 15, 2006

Please enroll me in the Collaborative Law/Collaborative Practice Workshop on October 6, 2006.

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Make check payable to Northern Kentucky Collaborative Group, Inc.
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Return the registration form with payment, to Ruth B. Jackson, 421 Madison Avenue, Covington, KY 41011.
If you have any special needs addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please let us know at least one week prior the seminar.