Category Archives: Collaborative Divorce

The Role of the Coach and Career Counselor in Collaborative Divorce

Considering a collaborative divorce and curious about the role of the divorce coach? And how exactly can a career counselor help? Coaches have mental health backgrounds. They are counselors, social workers and psychologists trained in the collaborative divorce process. Initially … Continue reading

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Top 8 Benefits of Collaborative Divorce vs. Traditional Divorce.

Are you considering a collaborative divorce vs. a traditional divorce? You are not alone. While it is a process of election, and you cannot force your spouse into the process (that wouldn’t be very collaborative, would it?) there are some … Continue reading

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Association of Family and Conciliation Courts – Special Issue on Collaborative Practice

The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts has focussed the April 2011 volume of Family Court Review on collaborative practice.  The articles include insight into the History and Development of Collaborative Practice by Stu Webb and Ron Ousky; Collaborative Practice … Continue reading

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Popularity of Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law is gaining in popularity with the general public. A sign of this is that Avery Brewing released a beer that honors the Collaborative process. More information can be learned here: http://www.averybrewing.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=91&Itemid=75

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Understanding Tax for divorced and divorcing spouses

One of the most beneficial parts of the collaborative process is the ability of divorcing spouses to figure out and implement the best possible tax strategies for their family now and in the future. This is done by working with … Continue reading

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