3/20/17 – Using Collaborative Practice to Divorce Well


March 20th, 2017 – Rediscovering U Class

Getting a divorce, no matter how simple or complex, puts an emotional strain on everyone in the family. However, it is often possible to resolve issues respectfully, protecting the emotional well-being of parents and children, and establish a firm financial foundation for moving forward.  Learn about collaborative practice, an out-of-court dispute resolution process in which lawyers, mental health and/or financial professionals, assist clients to resolve issues with dignity, reasoned decision-making, and without court intervention.


Linda is an experienced collaborative family law attorney and mediator, as well as a proficient litigator, devoted to persevering the dignity and values of her clients through effective representation. She is a leader in collaborative law, having served as President of International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (2014/2015), President of the Minnesota Collaborative Law Institute (2006), and chair or co-chair of numerous committees. She speaks at conferences to encourage problem solving rather than adversarial focus to dispute resolution.

Presenter: Linda Wray

Location: Ridgedale YMCA

Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Chocolate is always available!


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