No risk in trying a collaborative divorce

What’s the harm in trying a collaborative divorce?

When many contemplate the idea of a collaborative divorce, they wonder whether it is worth trying.  Many ask whether a settlement can really be reached…

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Splitting the baby in divorce

How splitting the baby leads to unreasonable positions

When a divorce takes place, many believe in the concept of splitting the baby.  In other words, if one party wants one result, and the…

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Collaborative divorce and timing

Timing and collaborative divorce

Divorce is certainly a difficult process on a lot of levels.  One thing many people do not spend a lot time thinking about is the…

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Collaborative divorce agreement

If there isn’t 100% agreement, the divorce is not settled

Many individuals who are going through a divorce want to avoid having to go to court.  They want to be able to reach a settlement….

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Seeking an option to a court-overseen divorce? We can help.

When collaborative law — which also encompasses mediation — is referred to as a less-sticky alternative, it is being compared to the litigation process. In…

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Let’s consider another type of divorce

At least we have choices, right? At Stange Law Firm, we are used to the constantly changing and different work projects that we are given….

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Less stress with a collaborative divorce

With 50% of marriages ending in divorce in this day and age, the divorcing process is something that affects people every day. When a divorce…

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How Do Custody Professionals Help in a Collaborative Divorce?

When you ask any given individual about what’s the hardest part about divorce, majority of time their answer is going to be “the children.”  The…

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Flat Fee Divorce Versus Collaborative Divorce

Most individuals going through a divorce are looking to avoid a costly legal battle.  They don’t want to spend a lot of money in attorney’s…

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Financial Neutrals: How They Can Help in a Collaborative Divorce

In some divorce cases, a financial neutral is needed to help the couple sort through financials in the divorce to hopefully help them reach a…

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Difference between collaborative divorce and uncontested divorce

Lots of individuals want a divorce that is amicable and settled outside of court.  They don’t want a nasty battle in court.  They don’t want…

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Court-ordered mediation versus collaborative practice

In many divorce and family law cases, the court orders the parties to undergo mediation.  Based on the jurisdiction, the amount of time in which…

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