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The New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups supports excellence among the community of collaborative divorce professionals, and promotes and expands the use of quality Collaborative Practice throughout New Jersey. The Council serves as a unified voice and central resource for education, training, networking and development of standards of practice as well as expanding public and professional awareness.
The New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups supports excellence among the community of collaborative divorce professionals, and promotes and expands the use of quality Collaborative Practice throughout New Jersey. The Council serves as a unified voice and central resource for education, training, networking and development of standards of practice as well as expanding public and professional awareness.

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Ross M. Evans, Esq., Addresses State Association on Collaborative Divorce
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On September 10 2014, Governor Chris Christie signed the NJ Family Collaborative Law Act, S-1224/A-1477 (Weinberg/Diegnan), empowering families to divorce with dignity and self-esteem, without resort to conventional litigation. Widely praised, the new bipartisan law passed through all legislative committees and both Houses without a single ‘no’ vote.

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The New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups supports excellence among the community of collaborative divorce professionals, and promotes and expands the use of quality Collaborative Practice throughout New Jersey. The Council serves as a unified voice and central resource for education, training, networking and development of standards of practice as well as expanding public and professional awareness.
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NEW JERSEY COUNCIL OF COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE GROUPS (NJCCPG), a New Jersey nonprofit organization, is committed to the appropriate use of attorneys, mental health professionals and financial specialists as team members in Collaborative practice matters.

The mission of the Council is to promote the ethical and professional practice of the collaborative process for resolving disputes, to train lawyers and other professionals in the use of the process, to educate the public as to the benefits of the process, and to preserve the integrity of the process.
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