Over the past 20 years, John Heilbrun has represented hundreds of clients who have chosen to use the Collaborative Process to resolve the issues incident to the ending of their marriage. John believes strongly that for almost everyone, the Collaborative Process is the best process available to address and reach agreement on these matters.
John has been an active member of the Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals for over 15 years, and has attended seminars and training programs involving the Collaborative Process on at least an annual basis during that time.
If you are considering ending your marriage and are interested in learning about the Collaborative Process, contact John to schedule a consultation.
2008, Advanced Interdisciplinary Training, Linda Solomon and Victoria Smith, 6.5
2007, Advanced Interdisciplinary Training, Angie Bain, Linda Solomon and Scott Clarke, 12.75
2006, Advanced Interdisciplinary Training, Rita Pollack and Cathy Heenan, 6.0
2005, Advanced Interdisciplinary Training, Deborah Pearce, 6.0
2004, Basic Interdisciplinary Training, Nancy Cameron and Susan Gamache, 6.0
2003, Advanced Interdisciplinary Training, Chip Rose, 6.0
2002, Intermediate Collaborative Law Training, John McIlwee, 8.0
2001, Basic Collaborative Law Training, Chip Rose, 16.0
Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Cincinnati Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Ohio Association of Justice
JD – licensed by the Supreme Court of Ohio since 1977.
Licensed to practice in the United States District Court, Southern Division of Ohio since 1977