Collaborative Practice Marin

Types of Membership, Requirements and Dues

There are four membership options available :

  1. Full Member - $250 dues per year, plus $145 for discounted IACP dues.
    • Must be licensed attorney, financial specialist, or mental health professional.
    • Completed 12 hours of Introduction to Collaborative Practice training.
    • 10 hours of CPM meetings and Collaborative Practice trainings annually.
    • Present at one Divorce Options Workshop annually.
    • Active participation on at least one CPM committee or serve as a member of the Board of Directors.

  2. Early-Career Member - $100 dues for first year of membership, plus $145 for IACP dues.
    • Must be licensed fewer than 5 years as an attorney, financial specialist, or mental health professional.
    • Early-Career Members enjoy all the benefits of full membership and must fulfill the same requirements as Full Members.

  3. Emeritus Member - $250 dues per year, plus $145 for IACP dues (if required by IACP).
    • Must be a member of Collaborative Practice Marin for at least five years.
    • Must be winding down practice and no longer taking new cases.
    • No attendance or training requirements.
    • No requirement to be on a committee.
    • Cannot be listed on website or vote.

  4. Adjunct Member - $250 dues per year, plus $145 for IACP dues.
    • Adjunct Members are professionals who wish to form relationships within the collaborative community, but do not participate as team members.
    • Adjunct membership is not limited to attorneys, mental health professionals, or financial specialists.
    • Adjunct Members may not attend meetings reserved for confidential case consultation.

About Collaborative Practice Marin

CPM is a community of legal, mental health and financial professionals working together to create client-centered processes for resolving conflict.  We are located in Marin County, California. 

Why Collaborative Divorce?

“Divorce is never easy but the collaborative process made mine bearable.  I had more control and therefore less stress and anxiety because I had an active role.”


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