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NEW JERSEY COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE ALLIANCE

 

      This non-profit organization was started in September, 2007 as a group desiring to promote the collaborative practice and educate the public as to the advantages of collaborative divorce in New Jersey.  Collaborative law is what New Jersey Courts consider an Alternate Dispute Resolution process.  Litigation is never a win for either party.  With the establishment of NJCDA, there is a network of dedicated, independent professionals who have been trained in the same process and who truly believe in the same vision of Collaborative Law or Collaborative Divorce providing an enlightened alternative to dissolving a partnership.  The NJCDA vision is to help the clients learn new communication skills, techniques for creative problem-solving and to grow throughout the divorce process so that the clients can be better individuals and better co-parents. 

      The independent professionals will be advocates not only for their clients but advocates for this dynamic family growth.  Each client can choose an advocate and avoid any conflicts of interest.

 

 

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONALS 

 

    "IACP" is an international group which serves members, influences the collaborative community, and benefits the public.  It is committed to fostering collaborative practice throughout the world and to protecting the essential guidelines of collaborative practice.  IACP serves as a central resource for education, networking and standards of practice.