Changing the face of family law requires teamwork

“Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice is at the forefront of a shift in how family law is being practised in Australia”, writes Shelby Timmins in a recent Lawyers Weekly article Shelby is a Nationally Accredited Mediator, a Family

Networking Event and Training – Collaborative Practice is moving into Wills & Estates!

CPNSW is hosting a networking event after a 2-day training course in Sydney on 6 and 7 September 2019.

Please SAVE THE DATE for our networking event:

Date:     Friday, 6 September 2019

Time:     5:45 to 7:45 p.m.

Venue:  Bustle Studios – 1/457 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills.

RSVP: by Friday, 23 August 2019

Feel free to invite to the event professionals in your network who may be interested in learning more about this emerging area of collaborative practice.

Please also send out details of the training course to Wills & Estates professionals you know.

The Inaugural collaborative practice training in Wills and Estates which will be delivered by Queensland professionals –  Zinta Harris, Collaborative Estates Lawyer and co-presenter Anne-Marie Rice (of Rice Dispute Resolutions)







Collaborative divorce – yes it’s possible!

The interdisciplinary collaborative practice (“ICP”) process of divorce is a great model for separation without conflict. Hear from Collaborative Family Lawyer, Jamie Burreket and Collaborative Coach, Bernie Bolger who talk to Sarah MacDonald about the benefits

2018/2019 CP(NSW) Board

Congratulations to the new CP(NSW) Board elected at the Annual General Meeting on 15 November 2018. Of the 15 Board members, 6 are health professionals, 6 are lawyers and 3 are financial neutrals. The Office Bearers

CP(NSW) 2018 Keynote Event

On 13 September 2018, CP(NSW) members attended our annual keynote event held at the Union Club Sydney to hear from Olympic athlete, Jana Pittman. Our special guest spoke about falling down, getting up again, setting goals,

Breaking up is hard to do

VIDEO (4:48) Hear from members of Collaborative Professionals NSW as they talk about Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice (ICP) and its role in family separation. The ICP team is made up of Collaborative Lawyers, Financial Specialists, Child Specialists,