Collaborative Divorce Articles

Five Self-Care Tips for  Clients During a Divorce

Five Self-Care Tips for Clients During a Divorce

Divorce is often described as one of the most stressful events of any person’s life, right up there with the death of a loved one.  And it is the “death” of a relationship which was initially intended to last a lifetime.   Even for the spouse who has decided the...

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Pre-Divorce Financial Checklist

Pre-Divorce Financial Checklist

It’s no secret that a divorce can be tough. There are emotional, financial and legal issues to consider. Before you decide to move forward with your divorce, it’s important to go through a pre-divorce financial checklist. Doing this will make it easier when the time...

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Facing the Holidays During a Covid-Era Divorce

Facing the Holidays During a Covid-Era Divorce

As the “longest year ever” starts to draw to a close, we turn to thoughts of the holidays.  The Halloween inflatables have come down, the candy has been eaten (except for that secret stash in the pantry!), and plans are being made for Thanksgiving and beyond.  But how...

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Planning for the Holidays During a Divorce

Planning for the Holidays During a Divorce

If this is your first holiday season since your separation, then now is the time to start thinking about what the holidays are going to look like this year.   One thing is for sure, they are going to look a lot different than all of the years past.   Here’s a few tips...

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HOLIDAY SEASON 2020 – COVID STYLE

HOLIDAY SEASON 2020 – COVID STYLE

Can you believe it? The Holidays are upon us. I do not know where the year went. I guess COVID messed with my internal clock or something because although I cannot wait for the “New Normal” to return to the “Old Normal,” COVID will impact how we celebrate this Holiday...

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Advantages of the Collaborative Divorce Team

Advantages of the Collaborative Divorce Team

Having a team is an amazing benefit of the Collaborative Divorce process. Both parties have access to a group of professionals who can help you learn how to advocate for yourself. That is a skill that you need to take with you post-divorce, which is extremely...

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Two Common Misconceptions About Divorce

Two Common Misconceptions About Divorce

As a divorce lawyer, I am often surprised by the questions I hear from my clients reflecting common misconceptions about divorce that they’ve picked up from friends, relatives and the media. The most common misconception is that “there is no such thing as a friendly...

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Communication and Co-Parenting

Communication and Co-Parenting

Communication is important in all aspects of life … work, home, relationships and friendships. Communication is even more important in divorce situations because emotions are typically high, and relationships strained. Although it is easier said than done, it is...

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Be Informed and Take Control of Your Future

Be Informed and Take Control of Your Future

One of the most important jobs we have as collaborative law attorneys is providing information and options to our clients so that they are able to make informed decisions. Knowledge allows people to make the best decisions for their future and their family’s future....

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