Eva Matela Kogut Coaches Divorce Professionals on Collaborative Strategies in CDI Training
Eva Matela Kogut recently shared insights to develop effective collaborative teams in the divorce process in Collaborative Divorce Illinois’ (CDI) Fellows Collaborative Skills Training on December 3.
In the panel “Optimizing Strategies for Effective Collaborative Teams,” Eva joined additional family law professionals to discuss:
- Collaborative team needs
- Normalizing the use of neutrals
- Pre-briefs and de-briefs
- Collaborative team protocols
- Assisting clients in framing their goals and concerns
- Soliciting, accepting and receiving feedback
- Pros and cons of working with the same group
- Thinking beyond the Collaborative case
As co-chair of CDI’s Training and Education committee and a firm believer of the collaborative process, Eva regularly coaches family law professionals on collaborative divorce best practices through various trainings.
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Eva is an award-winning family law attorney dedicated to achieving the best possible results for her clients. Focusing on all aspects of family law, she provides clients with counsel they can trust when undergoing the processes of divorce, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, property division and child support matters.
CDI, an interdisciplinary network of divorce professionals, focuses on assisting families in Illinois through divorce utilizing the Collaborative Process as an alternative to litigated divorce.