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Amy Stewart, who since 2006, has been dedicated to promoting Collaborative Practice in Indiana and around the world, recently was named to three international committees in the field. Stewart was appointed to the Uniform Collaborative Law Act Committee and the Forum Workshop Proposal Review Committee, and was reappointed to the Standards Committee, of the International […]

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Mallor Grodner is a proud sponsor of Brackets for Good. Brackets For Good is a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to introduce and encourage people to participate in local philanthropy. They have capitalized on the nation’s obsession with March Madness, pitting charities against one another in a bracket-style tournament and involving community members for a […]

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Tiffany Coleman recently volunteered for the Reality Store ® held on December 9, 2016 at Batchelor Middle School. Reality Store® is a financial simulation where students choose careers and make decisions about their lifestyles and budgets. During this they learn about personal accounting, financial responsibilities and life choices, and they are able to interact with […]

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On September 17, 2016, Amy L. Stewart was a speaker at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), held recently in Indianapolis. Stewart’s presentation, “Utilizing Marriage and Family Therapists in the Collaborative Divorce Process,” highlighted Collaborative Practice, a respectful out-of-court alternative for resolving divorce and other family conflict. Collaborative […]

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Inspired by the high profile split of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, the New York Times recently reviewed the various processes available to divorcing couples in its article “How Rich Couples Who Aren’t Pitt and Jolie Manage Their Divorces.” Sullivan, Paul. “How Rich Couples Who Aren’t Pitt and Jolie Manage Their Divorces.” New York Times […]

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