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The Law Collaborative is pleased to host monthly workshops and seminars in the Los Angeles area for people seeking help with divorce. Whatever your questions are, we have the answers. All of our seminars and workshops are open to the public and designed to provide accurate, important information about everything from divorce financial planning to how to help your children cope with divorce trauma. For more information, call us at (818) 348-6700.

We have partnered with The State Bar of California to offer MCLE credits to lawyers interested in learning more about family law and collaborative practice. Please scroll down to view continuing legal education seminars offering MCLEs.

Recurring Monthly Events 

Second Saturday Divorce Workshop

Description:  Get the divorce help you need.  Join a lawyer in a round table discussion about the ABC's of divorce.  Learn about the options for divorce in California, how to have a do-it-yourself divorce, financial planning and more. Attendees have the opportunity to get all of their questions answered. Light refreshments served.
Date:  Our next Saturday workshop is on Nov. 9, 2019. 
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.   
Where: 5955 DeSoto Avenue, Suite 125, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Registration Info:  This event is free, but requires a reservation. Please RSVP by calling (818) 348-6700. Click here for more information about the Second Saturday Divorce Workshop .

Upcoming Events

Fourth Wednesday Family Law Webinar

Description:   Get the answers you need regarding your family law matter.  Join an attorney and others in similar situations in an online discussion about your pressing family law matters.  We'll cover the ABC's of family law including divorce options, modifying custody, visitation, and support, and enforcing judgments.  Find out what steps you need to take before, during, and after a divorce or paternity action. 
Date:    October 23, 2019

 12:00 p.m. 
Where:  Online
Registration Info: coming soon!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Past Events

Retirement and Estate Planning Workshop

Description: The Society for Financial Awareness presents a seminar on becoming fiscally fit which will explore the areas of retirement and estate planning. 
Registration Info:  This event is free, but requires a reservation. Please RSVP by calling (818) 348-6700.

High Conflict Communication Skills for Couples, Presented by Ronald Supancic, CFLS

Description: The theme of the Southern California Mediation Association's 2014 conference, hosted once again by the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution,  is “Roads to Resolution,” and will feature a number of panels discussing psychological considerations in mediation such as the psychology of greed, transference, the role of anxiety, and much more.  Other panels will address innovations in the field such as mediator certification, organizational conflict management, the use of improv techniques in mediation, and various technological advances in the field.
Where:  Pepperdine University Law School, 22455 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu, CA 90263
Registration Info:  SCMA Event Page

Best Kept Secrets in Family Law - What Divorce Lawyers Don't Want You to Know (1.25 MCLE Credits)

Description:  Ron Supancic, Certified Family Law Specialist, Court Panel Mediator, Coach, and Collaborative Lawyer, shares the best kept secrets in family law. With forty years of family law experience under his belt, Ron is in the unique position to offer information most divorce lawyers won't give you. Discover the 5 Pillars of Marital Success, learn about the 7 Options for Divorce, find out about the pre-marital agreement the state of California wrote for you, and much more. This incredible presentation will arm you with the knowledge and power you need to protect yourself, your family, and your assets during divorce. Additionally, this seminar is ideal for lawyers who are seeking to expand their family law practice and are struggling in a weak economy. The emphasis is on showing lawyers how to (1) explain, (2) teach, (3) incorporate, and (4) practice unbundled family law, congruent with the California Professional Code and the Rules of Professional Conduct. Ethical issues are discussed in detail as well as techniques and tactics for enrolling parties and counsel in a revolutionary approach to conflict management and dispute resolution. Refreshments served.
Registration Info:  TBA

Tips, Tricks & Strategies for Divorce (1 MCLE Credit)
Description: A licensed attorney and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst offer laypeople, new attorneys, and seasoned attorneys important tips, tricks, and strategies for moving stuck cases forward, how to better protect assets during divorce, why fighting to keep the house may be a bad idea, and common divorce-related tax issues most family law attorneys don't appreciate or understand. Refreshments served.
Registration Info: TBA

From Dating Through Divorce (1 MCLE Credit)
Description:  Attorney Ty Supancic provides an interactive and informative presentation encompassing all aspects of family law from pre-marriage to parenting, divorce prevention, reconciliation, and family reorganization. Anybody contemplating marriage, children, or divorce, and those seeking a general overview of how the law relates to families, are invited to attend. This intensive overview of California family law and how it relates to families and personal relationships is ideal for attorneys interested in adding family law services to their practice. Key topics covered include prenuptial agreements, fiduciary relationships, spousal tort liabilities, support guidelines, and dividing marital assets. Refreshments served. 
Registration Info:  TBA