Lynne Elizabeth Milford works at The Wynne Law Firm. I am a proud graduate of Penn State and SMU Dedman School of Law. I have practiced family law in Tarrant and surrounding counties since 1990, and have officed in the same location in Fort Worth for 23 years.
I am on the Board of Directors of the Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association and am an Officer of the organization. I am also on the Board of Directors for the Texas Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and am an Officer of the organization.
In 2004 I obtained training in a then-revolutionary new dispute resolution method known as the Collaborative Law process. The negotiations concepts and communications skills I learned as a result of that training literally changed my life – my new skills had a clear positive effect on every relationship I had.
Enthusiasm for the process among lawyers (those who prefer to be problem solvers and not those who encourage hostility and aggression) really took off across the country and in Texas we now have a well developed collaborative divorce (and family law) protocol and many successful collaborative practice groups.
Collaborative practice groups comprise lawyers, mental health professionals, financial professionals and parenting professionals who work together in a local area and who collectively adhere to a certain set of ethical and educational policies.
I update my collaborative training education every year, participate in local and state wide collaborative groups, and am an active collaborative divorce practitioner. I strive to offer the collaborative process as an option to my divorce clients who seek a less damaging way to restructure their lives.
My years of experience dealing with families in crisis has convinced me that your family will benefit from using the collaborative method to problem solve the personal issues presented during a divorce or other family dispute, including modifications of prior orders. I look forward to sharing more about this with you.
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