Book Review: Pauline Tesler’s Collaborative Divorce

Pauline Tessler is one of the founders of the collaborative divorce movement in the United States.  My business partner and I attended a collaborative divorce training presented by Pauline Tesler (and organized by Donna Smalldon, CDFA, CFP, MBA, CFDP) and were inspired by the message of what is possible in the collaborative divorce model vs. the traditional litigation model.  We both read Pauline Tesler’s book “Collaborative Divorce” and found it so informative we bought in bulk to hand out to collaborative divorce clients.  An insightful and informative look at collaborative divorce from the client’s perspective.

 

About Sean Stephens

Sean Stephens is a founding member of Stephens & Margolin LLP He was born in Eugene, Oregon and is a fourth generation Oregonian. Mr. Stephens attended the University of Oregon, and graduated in with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with a minor in English Literature. His psychology studies emphasized early childhood development. To find out more or contact C. Sean Stephens, visit Stephens & Margolin LLP. You can find more about him at Stephens & Margolin LLP and find him on Google +" here.
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One Response to Book Review: Pauline Tesler’s Collaborative Divorce

  1. Tessler’s book sounds like helpful information – thanks for sharing.

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