November 8, 2017
The law firm of Borger Matez is pleased to announce that Gary L. Borger, Bruce P. Matez, and Deena L. Betze recently attended the Collaborative Practice Growth and Excellence seminar.
Collaborative law allows couples to resolve their legal disputes without judges, magistrates or court personnel making decisions for them.
The seminar was led by Loretta Gephart, a licensed psychologist and collaborative coach in Pittsburgh. Attendees were provided with information to help hone collaborative skills in the collaborative practice; professional and personal growth to avoid triggers that could derail the process, how to better deal with conflict, and how to be more self-aware in the process; assessing the viability of a potential collaborative case; pitfalls to avoid; building teamwork among the collaborative team; review of the role and benefits of the divorce coach in the collaborative process; and ethics in the collaborative