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Who gets the cat?

Divorce mediation and collaborative divorce offer a flexibility you don’t find in litigation. It’s designed that way so that both sides can negotiate, compromise and resolve issues to reach a settlement. The structure of both formats and the willingness of both parties to compromise typically cuts a path to resolution. Until you run into an… Read more »

More on why a neutral financial expert favors divorcing couples

Last month’s blog covered how working with a neutral financial expert as part of a collaborative divorce or mediation provides couples with the flexibility to craft an agreement to meet the current and immediate future needs of their family. This month’s blog offers a few more examples of why divorcing couples might want to go… Read more »

Collaborative divorce has emotional benefits

You have probably heard divorce referred to as an emotional roller coaster or putting you through the wringer (at least emotionally). Yet I can say with certainty that collaborative divorce has many emotional benefits, definitely more than any other type of divorce. The collaborative divorce process involves working with a team of experts. Many times that… Read more »

The many layers of divorcing your business partner/spouse

It goes without saying the sting of divorce runs deep. For couples who are also business partners, it can present an even greater challenge as parting represents a change in your professional as well as personal life. Usually. It may sound odd, but some divorcing couples stay in business even after the divorce. Some even… Read more »

Collaborative divorce can save the family house

If that’s really what you want. For many divorcing couples, that’s what they think they want and it can make things a bit contentious. If it’s a divorce by litigation, it can lead to the court making the decision for you—usually that is to sell the home and split the proceeds. Collaborative divorce keeps the… Read more »

Stay away from friendly divorce advice

The decision to divorce is not one you make in a vacuum. Most people who make the decision to seek a divorce have some sort of confidant—be it family member or friend—as a sounding board and source of support. It’s when that support turns into advice, particularly if that friend or family member has gone… Read more »

Communicating to get divorced

You’re probably wondering how successful collaborative divorce could be if it relies on people who probably weren’t very good at communicating with each other negotiating important issues directly. Quite simply, the collaborative divorce model includes a coaching element where we work with each spouse on how to communicate with their ex within the process