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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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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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Useful “divorce financial mistakes” list published by Association of Divorce Financial Planners, Collaborative Law not mentioned as option

We like divorce information lists! The Association of Divorce Financial Planners posted a useful article on their site captioned “Fifteen Critical Financial Mistakes in Divorce.” The list is useful, however, I am always surprised about how much good divorce information … Continue reading

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News: Collaborative divorce article in Austin American-Statesman

The Austin American-Statesman ran an article today about collaborative divorce law.  The article does a good job explaining when the collaborative divorce model is appropriate, and the potential benefits of the collaborative model for divorcing husbands and wives. A link … Continue reading

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County Mediation Requirements in Traditional Divorce Cases

As a divorce lawyer in downtown Portland Oregon, I frequently get asked about the mediation requirements for family law cases in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington County. Some people are aware of the availability of mediation through the county, and some … Continue reading

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