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Protecting Your Children Before, During, and After Your Divorce

Sometimes children are overlooked during marital conflict.  Here is some great advice to help your children thrive as you are dealing with the breakdown of your relationship: When you are struggling with the financial, psychological, and legal issues associated with a divorce, it’s difficult to remember that

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How to Separate From Your Spouse with Divorce Mediation

During a divorce mediation, two parties sit down with a neutral mediator to come to a resolution. Married couples must decide how to split assets and determine custody and support of their children, if any, which can be contentious topics. Working with a trained mediator allows lines

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4 Reasons Collaborative Law is Better than Traditional Litigation

The decision to dissolve a marriage is one of the most life-changing and difficult realities that a lot of people face. Usually, when this decision is made, it is hard not to have high emotions attached as well. This high level of stress is only compounded by

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The Benefits Of Mediation

Mediation is an informal process during which a single neutral person called a mediator helps the couple reach an agreement regarding their conflict.  Mediators assist the couple in negotiations, but are not permitted to provide legal advice to the participants.  Mediators are not allowed to decide who

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A Holiday Greeting Card For Couples In The Collaborative Law Process

The holidays are fast approaching. If you are considering a divorce or separating from your partner and have minor children, you may be feeling confused and frightened about the impact on your kids, especially during the holidays. In choosing to resolve their divorce through the collaborative law

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Unbundled Services or Limited Representation

The high costs of legal fees in divorces or other family law conflicts have caused many people to seek unbundled or à la carte services from attorneys. Also known as “limited representation,” the client and lawyer in this scenario at the onset agree upon the specific tasks

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Collaborative Law: An Alternative To Traditional Divorce Litigation

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Last summer, the Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA) went into effect in our state, which provides a different and refreshing approach to resolving disputes in family law.  My excitement about this new approach has caused me to dedicate my inaugural blog to this topic.  In collaborative law,

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