Being Part of a Collaborative Community Counts
You can’t practice Collaborative Divorce alone. By definition, Collaborative Practice requires you to work with other professionals. Collaborative Divorce Illinois (CDI) allows you to meet and form relationships with other Collaborative Professionals.
As a CDI member, you will have many opportunities to learn, grow, and build your Collaborative Practice with other like-minded professionals.
Networking Opportunities – CDI sponsors monthly practice group meetings in various locations in Cook, Lake and Dupage County. Collaborative Divorce Professionals have the opportunity to network together and form relationships that can increase business opportunities for all.
Support Opportunities – Collaborative Practice is a unique divorce process with its own challenges. As a member of CDI, you will have the opportunity to meet other professionals who understand your challenges and can share practical solutions.
Educational Opportunities – Collaborative Practice is both a discipline and a skill. CDI provides its members with a host of educational opportunities to expand their knowledge of Collaborative Law. It also provides workshops and seminars where Collaborative Law Practitioners can practice their collaborative skills through ongoing training
Benefits of Being a CDI Member
As a CDI Member, you will be part of a growing community of Illinois Collaborative Divorce Professionals. You will have access to CDI’s educational, networking, and skill-building events at a reduced rate.
You will also get:
- Your own listing on the CDI web site, including the “Find a Professional” page with hotlinks to your website and email address
- Access to CDI forms for use within your practice
- Discounted membership in the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
- Discounted rates on CDI training events and workshops
- Ability to purchase and use marketing materials developed by CLII
- Permission to use the CDI logo on your web site
- Monthly newsletter with the latest CDI news
- Additional opportunities for networking, support, and professional growth at regional Practice Group meetings
Interested in Joining?
For CDI Membership Requirements and an Application form, CLICK HERE.
Not sure about joining CDI?
If you are a professional considering joining CDI, please give us a call so that we can answer your questions. Attend one of our local Practice Groups to meet us. Non-members can attend many of our training programs and some of our networking events. You can see a calendar of our upcoming events here.
For those who are aligned with our mission but do not intend to practice in the Collaborative Process model, can become an Affiliate. For an annual fee, you get access to our events and communication. This is a great way to market your business and to support respectful, dignified dispute resolution in Illinois.
For additional information, please contact us