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In the application, you will be asked to agree to these terms:

  1. Memberships will not be granted or continued to anyone who is under sanctions or exclusion by any duly authorized enforcement agency, licensing and/or disciplinary authority.
  2. Providing incorrect information, withholding information, or presenting materially false information is grounds for not approving membership or revoking membership.
  3. Members must have 8 hours continuing education in collaborative law annually. JSCLG Meeting programs related to collaborative law do not provide CLE or CPE but will count as continuing education. Also, IACP, NJSBA and other groups’ collaborative law seminars and conferences will count as continuing education.
  4. The requirements of membership include:  Completion of JSCLG training (or comparable training to be approved by JSCLG Executive Board) within 12 months of being admitted to membership, plus 8 hours of mediation training (not required for Advisor members); attendance at a minimum of four (4) scheduled monthly meeting each calendar year; payment of annual dues and other fees, including training fees.  Failure to comply with these requirements may result in suspension or termination of  membership
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Legal Notice: The information provided on this website is provided for educational purposes. It is not to be considered legal advice, and nothing in this website shall be deemed to create the attorney-client relationship between the user and any member of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group. No action should be taken based upon the information learned from this website without a personal consultation with an attorney. Before making your choice of attorney, you should give this matter careful thought. The selection of an attorney is an important decision. The attorney's on this site work independently of each other, and their affiliation herein extends only to the promotion of Collaborative Law and the education of the public regarding its use in family court matters.

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