Browsing All posts tagged under »Australia«

Galus Australis > A Peaceful Divorce

October 6, 2013


From Ellen Gutman, J.D.: The Hebrew term for Collaborative Practice is ‘Lehitgaresh beshalom’ – to divorce in peace. But, can a divorce process ever be peaceful? Advertisements

Collaborative Professionals NSW > A Movement From The Narrow Concept of Problem Solving

August 17, 2013


From Collaborative Professionals NSW: In theory, any matter that is capable of being litigated is capable of being resolved through the Collaborative Process. Family Lawyers in the USA, Canada, UK, parts of Europe and Australia have been quick to recognise the benefits of Collaborative Law. However, other civil and commercial issues as diverse as disputes […]

Adelaide Collaborative Practice Blog > Setting Goals

August 5, 2013


From Christopher Swan, Australian Lawyer: Couples often have expectations and goals they share at the time of their marriage which change and develop as time passes. As a collaborative practitioner it is important to help clients frame their short and long term goals for what they hope to achieve through divorce. It is important for […]

Adelaide Collaborative Practice Blog > What is a Family Relationship Specialist?

July 20, 2013


From Christopher Swann, Australian lawyer: A family relationship specialist is a mental health professional trained in Collaborative Practice who has extensive experience working with separating and divorcing families. Family relationship specialists have a depth and breadth of knowledge in individual and family dynamics, child development, and in creating deep and durable co-parenting plans. Although family […]