DIVORCE OPTIONS IN WISCONSIN
Learn about divorce options in Wisconsin through 2nd Saturday Wisconsin, an informational program about collaborative divorce and other family law issues. Whenever sessions are scheduled they will occur on the second Saturday of selected months and are free, open to everyone, and with no registration or tracking of attendance. Learn more about divorce options in Wisconsin so that you can make the right choice for your situation.
Some sessions are streamed live on the internet as a "webinar" and you can participate from anywhere you have an internet connection and speakers to hear the presentation. The first session planned for MARCH 10, 2018 has been postponed until the following Saturday, March 17. (we apologize for this delay until the "3rd Saturday).
If you are interested in receiving a notification of how to access the March 17 session, just send us an email at email@example.com. Your email address will NOT be used for any purpose other than to notify you of the link you will need to access the webinar. Any information such as your email, name, or other info used to access the webinar will not be retained by the Foundation after the event. You may direct any questions you have to that email as well.
The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. maintains a website that provides detailed information about Collaborative and divorce. Visit the site at www.collabdivorce.com and "Take the Tour" of the process.
Interested in Learning More About Divorce Options?
Schedule a Presentation at your community group or association.
Members of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin are available to meet with your organization. Please contact us at 262-353-3341 for details.
How the Collaborative Process is Different than Litigation or Mediation
Litigation is the traditional divorce process when both parties hire attorneys to provide legal advice and represent the positions of their clients in negotiations and court hearings. Litigation is an adversarial process because each attorney advocates positions based on their client's often-competing personal wants, needs and viewpoints. The parties communicate primarily through their attorneys, rather than directly with one another, regarding their positions, proposals and counter-proposals.
Fundamentally, litigation is controlled by the attorneys and the court; in collaborative law you control the process. In contrast to the attorney's role in the litigation model, collaborative attorneys function as settlement specialists rather than solely as adversarial advocates.
The sessions are sponsored by the Collaborative Foundation of Wisconsin, Inc., a 501c3 charitable organization and it’s affiliated organization, the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin (CFLCW). All Members of CFLCW support the 2nd Saturday Program. CFLCW Members who have donated funds to provide attendees with materials are listed in the left sidebar.
Questions about 2nd Saturday Wisconsin or any of the upcoming sessions? Send an email to the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org
If your group is interested in learning about Wisconsin divorce options, members of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. are available to speak to your group. Please contact CFLCW at email@example.com
2nd Saturday Wisconsin is not affiliated with the commercial organization Wife.Org or its Second Saturday program. The Collaborative Foundation of Wisconsin is a not for profit tax exempt charitable organization registered in the State of Wisconsin. We do not ask for registrations, collect any personal information or require attendees at our informational session to pay for attending. The sessions are open to the public.
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