Family Law Mediation Workshop - Featuring Zena Zumeta
September 30, 2014 October 2, 2014
About the Program
Who Should Attend:
- Collaborative attorneys and mediators
- Family law attorneys
- General practice attorneys
- Guardians ad litem
- Juvenile/children’s law attorneys
- Financial specialists
- Child and family specialists
- Divorce coaches
How You’ll Benefit:
- Discover the benefits of a collaborative divorce
- Through role-play, gain skills for mediation and conflict management
- Better understand custody issues and how to support parenting arrangements
- Learn to screen for domestic violence and other impediments to mediation
Zena Zumeta Returns by Popular Demand
Nationally known family law attorney, mediator, and trainer Zena Zumeta will walk you through the process of mediating family law cases. Over the course of three days, Zena will teach you valuable, transferable skills, including active listening, constructive questioning, and strategies to encourage cooperative negotiation and resolution between parties.
Hands-on, interactive mediation training
This stimulating workshop integrates classroom-style sessions and interactive learning through a combination of role-play, simulation, lecture, discussion, and videos of actual mediation. This dynamic seminar will teach you to use collaborative mediation throughout the divorce process, from the orientation session to the completed memorandum of agreement.
Raves from Zumeta’s Last Wisconsin Visit
Participants from 2010’s Family Law Mediation Workshop said it was one of the best trainings they’ve ever attended and had great practical value in expanding their skills and practice. The 25-hour workshop meets the training requirements for mediators under Wis. Stat. 767.405(4), making it an excellent way to find a new niche and grow your business by adding family law mediation.
To assure direct feedback and coaching in role plays, attendance is limited, so sign up now!
Endorsed by the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin (CFLCW)
CFLCW is a statewide association of lawyers, mental health professionals and financial advisors who work together to learn, practice and promote a collaborative process for problem solving and a respectful resolution of family law issues. In addition to endorsing this workshop, they also plan learning opportunities including the upcoming Boomer Divorce event in Pewaukee on September 18, 2014.