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Join the Provorce Network of Professionals

PROVORCE membership is for qualified legal, mental health and financial professionals. PROVORCE Professional Team Members are highly trained in all aspects of divorce and related family matters. Each brings to the table their individual expertise and discipline to help keep the parties informed, on track, and moving toward their goals.

 

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Membership Requirements

Legal Professionals

  • Member in good standing of the New York State Bar and carry liability insurance
  • Five years of matrimonial/family law experience
  • Completion of  a 36-40 hour Mediation Training
  • Completion of a 3-day Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training
  • Member of IACP
  • Agreement to sign and abide by the Provorce Participation Agreement

Mental Health Professionals

  • New York State licensed Mental Health Professional with professional liability insurance in good standing in one of the following:
    • M.D. – Medical Doctor – Psychiatrist
    • PhD  – Doctor of Philosophy
    • Psy.D. – Doctorate of Psychology
    • LCSW – Licensed Clinical Social Worker
    • LMFT – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
    • LMHC – Licensed Mental Health Counselor
  • Demonstration via curriculum vitae of background, education and experience in:
    • Knowledge of families in transition and family systems theories
    • Knowledge of and expertise in the stages of family development including the unique challenges of diversified families and children with special needs
    • Experience with divorce-related issues and conflict resolution including but not limited to:  psychotherapy, mediation, forensic evaluation and parenting coordinator
    • An understanding of crisis and impact on the family’s development with special focus on transitioning the family post-divorce
  • Member of IACP

Financial Professionals

  • Licensed CPA  or certified CFP in good standing. Financial professionals may submit other credentials or licenses and apply for membership on a case-by-case basis.
  • Completion of a 36-40 hour Mediation Training
  • Completion of a 3-day Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training
  • Agreement to sign and abide by the Provorce Participation Agreement
  • Member of IACP
  • Demonstration via curriculum vitae of background, education and experience in
    • Financial aspects of divorce
    • Cash management and spending plan
    • Retirement and pension plans
    • Income tax
    • Investments
    • Insurance
    • Property division
    • Individual and family financial planning concepts
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