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Reasons to Use the Collaborative Process – Privacy

Going through the divorce process through the traditional litigated model opens up a person’s most private financial and social secrets to the public record. Even though legal files are not yet fully available on the internet, anyone can go to … Continue reading

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Surviving the Holidays in the midst of a Divorce

Steve McDonough at The Divorce Collaborative LLC posted an excellent article on how to survivie the holiday season during and after divorce. The entire article can be found here: http://www.divorcecollaborative.com/surviving-holidays-divorce/ The holidays can be a very stressful time and they … Continue reading

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Interest Based Negotiation

A large difference between traditional litigation negotiation and negotiation in the collaborative process is the positional bargaining is used in traditional litigation while interest based negotiation in used in the collaborative process.  It is important to have an attorney skilled … Continue reading

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Collaborative Divorce in the Current Economy

Why the collaborative divorce process is a better solution in the current economy. Continue reading

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Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation

A question that clients frequently ask in an initial consultation is why they should use the collaborative process instead of mediation.  Given the lack of general public knowledge regarding collaborative divorce, this is not a suprising question.  Clients often come … Continue reading

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