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Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego > Top 9 Collaborative Divorce Tips for Success

October 16, 2013


From Shawn Weber, Esq.: 1. Use a full team model. It can seem daunting to think of adding multiple professionals to one’s divorce case. A full collaborative divorce team would be a coach for each party, two attorneys, a child specialist and a financial specialist. There is a temptation to think, “I don’t need all […]

New Hampshire Family Law Blog > Why You Need A Coach In Your Collaborative Divorce

October 11, 2013


From Kysa Crusco, Esq.: New Hampshire collaborative practice employs an interdisciplinary model, which is fancy for saying that the professional team includes attorneys, a coach and a financial neutral. When the topic of hiring a coach comes up, I sometimes receive this feedback:

World of Collaborative Practice > Florida’s First Pro Bono Collaborative Divorce

October 7, 2013


From the World of Collaborative Practice: Not all divorcing spouses want to engage in nasty court battles. Such is the case of Tyler Nelson and Pamela Burton, who decided to end their marriage on an amicable basis without consuming years in costly and contentious litigation. They decided to use a form of private dispute resolution […]

Asian Legal Business > Collaborative Practice Takes Root In Hong Kong

September 28, 2013


From Artemisia Ng: Collaborative practice, an alternative approach to settling family disputes and divorce cases though out of court settlements, has shown signs of having taken root in Hong Kong.  The Hong Kong Collaborative Practice Group, which has more than 40 family lawyers, barristers, financial advisors and health professionals at its members, is now working […]

Collaborative Law Institute of Texas > First Pro Bono Collaborative Divorce in Florida Brings New Awareness

September 25, 2013


From the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas: This remarkable story in the Tampa Tribune from last week involves a Florida couple who has a story that’s regrettably familiar. Though their marriage started off well, they found themselves fighting and growing apart, and determined that they need to get divorced. But rather than do what many Florida […]

Collaborative Professionals of Nevada > Mental Health Approaches to Collaborative Divorce

September 23, 2013


From Linda W. Peterson-St. Pierre, Ph.D.: Fifty percent of all American marriages end in divorce. In spite of the odds more people are getting married than ever before. People are lonely and disconnected and long for appreciation and partnership. Few, however, recognize the phases of relationships or have the patience to really learn to know […]

Collaborative Divorce Institute of Tampa Bay > Florida’s First Pro Bono Collaborative Divorce Takes Place in Tampa

September 22, 2013


From Collaborative Divorce Institute of Tampa Bay: On September 20, 2013, at 9 a.m., Judge Laurel Lee will officially divorce Pamela Burton and Tyler Nelson. This will be the first time the judge will meet Pam and Tyler, because they engineered their entire divorce using the collaborative dispute resolution (“CDR”) process. By doing so, they […]