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Rosen Divorce Collaborates with Mental Health Professionals

Raleigh, NC-Rosen Divorce, the state's largest divorce firm and rising multidisciplinary practice, recently began collaborating with mental health professionals who assist clients in divorce related situations.
Earlier this week in both Raleigh and Charlotte locations, Rosen Divorce held Clinicians in Court, a half-day seminar where more than 50 statewide mental health professionals attended. Among the guest speakers was Jonathan Gould, a practicing forensic and clinical psychologist who has done extensive writing in the area of child custody evaluations.
"We also now have a section of our website especially dedicated to mental health professionals," said Lee Rosen, attorney and president of Rosen Divorce. "We felt that teaming up with these professionals will better strengthen the role both attorneys and therapist play in family law." Along with their external collaboration, Rosen Divorce recently hired a mental health professional to work alongside staff attorneys in assisting clients through the divorce process.
Rosen Divorce's on-line section for mental health professionals features FAQ's about matters such as receiving a subpoena and testifying in a trial; sample cases relating to mental health professionals; and relevant statutes that concern mental health professionals in the court system. "This is just the beginning of our comprehensive on-line section for mention health professionals," said Lisa Angel, Rosen Divorce attorney. "Mental health professionals need a resource to go to when faced with situations involving the courts and we want to provide them with the guidance and information they need."
With offices in Raleigh and Charlotte, Rosen Divorce is the largest divorce firm in North Carolina. Founded in 1990, the firm is dedicated to providing individual growth and support to couples seeking divorce by helping them move forward with their lives. Our staff of attorneys, accountants, and specially trained divorce coaches expertly address the complex issues of ending a marriage. Our innovative approach acknowledges that divorce is so much more than just a legal matter.
Specialties include child custody, alimony, property distribution, separation agreements, and domestic violence relief.
To visit Rosen Divorce's on-line section for mental health professionals, visit:
Contact: Alison Kramer
Director of Public Relations
Office: 919-256-1542
Cell: 919-523-7104
4101 Lake Boone Trail Suite 500
Raleigh, NC 27607
"Divorce is Different Here"
Lee S. Rosen 
Is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and founder of the Rosen Law Firm. Mr. Rosen has extensive experience and training in negotiation, litigation and collaborative resolution of divorce matters, which has been his area of practice since he began his legal career in 1987. He is active in bar association activities and is a frequent lecturer for continuing legal education programs across the country. Mr. Rosen has spoken on behalf of the North Carolina Bar Foundation, American Bar Association, Wake Forest University School of Law, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Campbell University School of Law, National Business Institute and a number of other providers of continuing legal education. Mr. Rosen has authored numerous articles for legal and lay publications.

Mr. Rosen has served as a Council member of the North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section, as chairperson of several committees of the American Bar Association and as editor of Family Forum, a publication of the North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section. Mr. Rosen curren


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