Collaborative Divorce Empowers you to resolve your legal disputes without judges, referees or court personnel making decisions for you. Provides you with specially trained Collaborative lawyers, mental health and financial professionals to educate, support and guide you in reaching balanced, respectful and lasting agreements. Offers you a safe and dignified environment to reduce the conflict […]

When you’re a child of divorce, holiday celebrations can come with a lot of baggage.   Check out this first-person article about new Thanksgiving “traditions” (it’s older, but still appropriate). [click the turkey]   “On a holiday devoted to gratitude, it makes sense to let go of grudges, set aside differences and focus on the […]

  Effective communication with your Collaborative Attorney is crucial to the successful completion of your case.  In order for your attorney to successfully advocate on your behalf, you must be able to clearly communicate your goals, and provide the factual details your attorney needs to help you reach a settlement. Agree on a Communication Protocol.  […]

What is a Financial Neutral?  A financial neutral is a member of a collaborative divorce team or a mediator who helps couples find, organize and understand their financial information and facilitates a process of educating, visioning and creating a plan for settlement. They often have the designation “Certified Divorce Financial Analyst” (or CDFA). What are […]

If you want to avoid an expensive divorce, the biggest piece of advice is to figure out a way the two of you can work together. If you go to mediation and or use the Collaborative Divorce process, you can find agreement the issues without the expense of a courtroom fight. Collaborative Divorce attorneys are […]