Tag Archives: divorce process

Smart Divorce Options

Most separations and divorces are stressful and painful. You can choose to make it better or worse by the process you choose to use. The following are your choices.    Collaborative Practice Collaborative Practice is a future-focused, efficient, cost-effective, creative, problem-solving process. It is not about fighting or finding blame. With the help of professionals, … Continue Reading

How to Resolve Your Separation or Divorce

Most clients have three goals: They want:  1. A peaceful and fair resolution;  2. A resolution achieved as soon as possible; and,  3. To keep their financial and emotional costs to a minimum.  Are these your goals too?  When I went through my own divorce, I shared these goals. I too wanted to achieve a … Continue Reading

Settlement Meetings: Getting Your Divorce Resolved

Do you want to save money and get through your divorce with as little pain (financial and emotional) as possible? Okay… dumb question… everybody does. The challenge is "how?" "Negotiate" is the simple answer but how do you negotiate with someone you don’t trust, respect and can’t communicate well with? Some lucky few are able to negotiate on … Continue Reading

Computer Game for Children of Divorce: A Great Tool

There is a new website for kids whose parents are going through a divorce. It’s called Changeville.  It teaches kids what happens when their parents separate in an entertaining, online way. The tour says "A walk through Changeville will tell you what to expect and help you deal with all the different feelings you might have and along the way … Continue Reading

How Collaborative Practices Saves Money in NJ and Ontario

Linda L. Piff, a respected lawyer and blogger in New Jersey, writes in her blog, reproduced below, that Collaborative Practice is far more cost effective than litigation. Although most family law cases do eventually settle, they do so on the court house steps after most of the damage of litigation has occurred. The inflammatory court … Continue Reading
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