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World of Collaborative Practice > Divorce, Clergy, and the Collaborative Process

July 21, 2013


From Donita M. King, Esq., Susan Buniva, MSW, LCSW, and Rob Ferguson, CDFA: The collaborative model is an outgrowth of a holistic perspective on divorce. The ripples of loss are infinite and the nature of that loss goes far beyond a change of legal status, because it includes a redefinition of self and family. The […]

Newton Patch > Top Five Reasons to Divorce Collaborative After 50

July 20, 2013


From Tracy A. Timby, JD, MS: Privacy. Divorce files are public record and all court appearances are open to the public. In a typical litigated divorce, the court file will contain details about income, retirement funds, investments, value of your home, mortgage balance, all debt, names and ages of your children, your age, health status, […]