Category: Collaborative Divorce

In Collaborative Divorce the parties work with attorneys and other trained professionals to reach an agreement without going to court, except to obtain the final approval by a judge. Collaborative Divorce is a confidential process that facilitates open communication and a problem solving approach to reaching an agreement. Each party has his or her own collaboratively trained attorney advocate to advise and guide them through the process.

I have written a number of  blog articles related to Collaborative Divorce to help you understand what collaborative Divorce is and how it works. If you think collaborative divorce might be the right divorce option for you, please contact me so we can have a discussion.

Demonstrating Dispute Resolution Skills

When I am working with a divorcing couple using a Mediation or Collaborative Practice approach, one of my primary goals (besides working out an equitable …

Second-Generation Divorce

I have been practicing long enough to have unfortunately worked with some clients who are children of past clients. The good news is that these …

New Year, New (Tax) Questions

Following the December 2017 passage of the “Tax Cuts & Jobs Act”, we now have new tax laws in place – sort of. The law …

Resources for Children During a Divorce

Today there are many helpful resources for children during a divorce. This was not always the case. In years past, when divorce was not as common, …

Preferred Dispute Resolution Methods

Are Mediation and Collaborative Practice Alternate or Preferred Dispute Resolution Methods?Mediation and Collaborative Practice have long been considered “alternate” dispute resolution methods.Those who practice these …