Daniel J. McCabe, Esq., JD

Firm
Law Offices of Daniel J. McCabe
Address
42 Catharine Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Phone
845) 454-3441
Fax
(845) 454-5934
Email
dan@hvinbox.com

As a founder of our local collaborative practice group and a matrimonial attorney since the early 1980’s, I regard collaborative practice as the answer to my dreams of a better way for handling matrimonial cases, and also a tacit acknowledgement that our traditional legal system has left much to be desired in the way of accommodating the real world of emotions and personal needs of divorcing people. Collaborative practice has been as liberating for me as a lawyer as it has been good for my clients and their families. The interdisciplinary model, which our practice group follows, is a supportive and efficient team approach to resolving divorce problems. I look forward to collaborating with you and for you.

Collaborative Training

Year Training Type Instructor Hours
2009 Basic Interdisciplinary Training Self 14
2008 Basic Collaborative Law Training Self 2
2007 Basic Collaborative Law Training Peggy Thompson 7
2005 Mediation Training Self 20
2004 Basic Interdisciplinary Training Self 14
2002 Basic Collaborative Law Training Self 7
2001 Basic Collaborative Law Training Chip Rose 14
2001 Basic Collaborative Law Training Tesler 15
2001 Mediation Training Ninth Judicial District Grievance Committee 21

Areas of Practice

Practice Groups

Education

Undergraduate Education Postgraduate Education
Williams College, Williamstown, MA. - Attended 1973 -1977; graduated: BA - CUM LAUDE, Economics Major
Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, Attended 1977-1980 - Graduated JD - Cum Laude

Professional Licenses

Professional Activities

Membership in Groups and Associations

Want to join our professional team?

Joining the Hudson Valley Collaborative Divorce and Dispute Resolution Association (HVCDDRA) provides attorneys, financial advisors and mental health professionals with training and support to enhance their Collaborative Practice. The HVCDDRA works to transform how conflict is resolved through Collaborative Practice. We encourage adoption of Collaborative Practice through community and networking, training and events and advocating public acceptance of Collaborative Practice.

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