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.

The Agony of Waiting vs. the Fear of Going Too Fast

The process of getting a divorce can be fraught with intense, sometimes conflicting emotions. It becomes further complicated when two different perspectives are represented — …

A View from the Other Side

I recently found myself as a patient in an unknown hospital in a strange city.  The experience was disconcerting, to say the least.  Fortunately, my …

When and Why Collaborative Practice Should Be Used

In our last post, we defined Collaborative Practice (CP), discussed who was involved, and talked about preliminary steps and length of time. In this post, …

What is Collaborative Practice?

Collaborative Practice (CP) has been defined as “a voluntary dispute resolution process in which parties settle without resort to litigation.” It allows the parties to …

Consider the Cost

Understanding Financial Implications of Today’s Divorce Options Divorcing couples in today’s complicated modern world can face vastly different scenarios. Financial situations vary widely from case …