Membership in SCCP

Spokane County Collaborative Professionals (SCCP) is a non-profit organization with the mission to educate professionals and the public about the new dispute resolution alternative known as Collaborative Practice, and how it can help couples through their divorce. Anyone can donate to SCCP, but to be identified by SCCP as a trained collaborative professional, you must meet certain requirements.

Requirements for Membership in SCCP

Standards, Dues, Expectations For SCCP Members

Spokane County Collaborative Professionals ("SCCP") have three membership levels for both attorneys and allied professionals. SCCP strives to set standards that will assure the public has positive experiences with Collaborative Practice.

Download a SCCP Membership Application (.doc format)

The membership levels are summarized as follows:

Full Attorney Members*

Associate Attorney and Student Members*

Full Allied Professional Members*

Associate Allied Professional and Student Members*


-  All members are subject to termination by the SCCP Board of Directors, at the SCCP Board's discretion. Terminated early memberships are refunded on a pro rata basis. One normal year of dues are immediately earned with three-year Foundation payments and are nonrefundable after one year.

-  All training is subject to SCCP Board Approval and subject to documentation. All training requirements are subject to change and all training and other requirements may be appealed to the SCCP Board.

-  All fees are non refundable if Member voluntarily resigns as a member of SCCP