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ABA Journal > Kinder, Gentler Collaborative Divorce Also Costs Less

October 8, 2013


From Martha Neil: A kinder, gentler method of getting divorced has won fans among both clients and counsel. But it has yet to win over some traditionalists, who wonder, for instance, why collaborative divorce must include a promise not to litigate. (Those who violate the ban on courtroom battle have to start over again with […]

Nassau Florida Family Law & Divorce Blawg > Collaborative Divorce Is Not For Everyone

August 10, 2013


From Jan Flemmons, Esq.: While I am a whole-hearted believer in the collaborative divorce process, collaborative divorce is not for everyone.For example, collaborative divorce only works if both attorneys are properly trained in collaborative divorce techniques, if there is no history of domestic violence between the parties, both parties can trust the other party, both […]

Wisconsin Law Journal > Family Law: Why Collaborative Divorce Continues to Decline in Popularity

July 29, 2013


From Gregg Herman, Esq.: With this many years of statistics now available and the above-stated maxim still applicable, a conclusion may be drawn: Collaborative divorce is a minuscule part of our family-law system, notwithstanding the number of trainings and meetings put on by the group. So, why hasn’t this seemingly helpful methodology of settlement grown […]

The Huffington Post > Is Collaborative Divorce a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

July 21, 2013


From Georgialee Lang, Esq.: To experienced family law lawyers there was nothing new about four-way settlement meetings. They had been the basis for settlement discussions for decades.