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Scrolling through the Google results for my search of “Collaborative” divorce attorneys the other day, I found myself reflecting on how many of the attorneys listed were not individuals who I would consider thoughtful practitioners of the Collaborative model.  It occurred to me that regular folks looking for Collaborative counsel would have a difficult time distinguishing between those attorneys who have...

If you think collaborative divorce is just sitting around and being polite so that you can get what you want, think again.  Politeness may be expected, but the crux of collaboration is a shift from being an adversary to being a collaborator.  The easiest way to think about that is to imagine sitting across the table from your spouse looking at a...

Conventional wisdom is that more than half of all marriages end in divorce, so you’d think that it wouldn’t be such a bummer to go through – after all, everyone else is doing it too, right?  Notwithstanding the serious uptick in divorces, research still pegs divorce as one of the most profoundly difficult lifetime transitions most people go through – surpassed...

If I had to guess at the single most important thing that many clients would do over when it comes to their divorce, it’s who they would choose to represent them.   No one tells you how important the people you work with during your divorce are, but they can make the difference between a great outcome and a terrible outcome.  Obviously, who...

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