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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Collaborative divorce is a perfect option for some couples

Sometimes a marriage just isn’t working out. Spouses grow apart and get sick of bickering. They may not see each other as “the one” anymore….

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Collaborative divorce attorney can begin and end the process

For those who are looking for an amicable way to end their divorce, they often debate mediation and collaborative law.  Since collaborative law is a…

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Collaborative divorce and traditional divorce: how are they different?

The main reason people are choosing collaborative divorce over the traditional divorce style is to save on money and suffering; if a settlement can be…

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Baby Boomer Couples and Collaborative Divorce

More and more baby boomers are filing for divorce as they are living longer with higher expectations for what a good marriage really is. Bowling…

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Are you looking for a private divorce?

The thought of a divorce ending up in a courtroom can be very unnerving for some parties. Most do not want an attorney discussing their…

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An amicable alternative to litigation battles in court

Collaborative divorce is an alternative to the adversarial approach of divorce. As opposed to the anger involved in many divorces, this area of family law…

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