Is It Possible to Have a “Good” Divorce?

By Larry Wilson, JD Clients oftentimes wonder whether it is possible for a couple to have a “good” divorce.  Divorce is perceived as costly, painful, expensive, conflicted and highly intrusive of privacy by those who have not had this experience before....

Why Choose the Collaborative Divorce Process

Results for "divorce" As you begin to decide how you wish your divorce process to be, the Collaborative Divorce process could be right for you if:• You want a civilized, respectful resolution of the issues.• You want to keep open the possibility of a...

Premarital and Postmarital Agreements

Results for "collaborative" What is a Premarital Agreement? A Premarital Agreement, sometimes called a Prenuptial Agreement, is a set of rules created by an engaged couple to govern their financial lives during their marriage and to determine what will...

Can Divorce Be Respectful?

By Beth Proudfoot, LMFT Respectful Divorce — for some that may sound like an oxymoron. But people who have been married for twenty years or more are often searching for a way to divorce peacefully, with respect and dignity…and even hugs or handshakes after...
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