All members of Alaska Association of Collaborative Professionals (AKACP) have taken specialized training to acquire knowledge and skills so they may better assist their clients in resolving disputes according to collaborative law protocols.
To qualify for membership, applicants must have been engaged in one of the allied professions for at least one year, hold the necessary license or certificate and be in good standing in their respective profession.
Within three years of becoming a member, the professional must complete a minimum of 12 hours of approved collaborative training.
In addition, all members are required to satisfy minimum education requirements of 6 hours of collaborative practice training each year, as well as actively participate and contribute to our professional organization.
Please note that AKACP does not recommend or endorse any member over another.