Divorce doesn’t have to be messy or contentious, if you ask the right questions. Watch the video below for a quick explanation of the Collaborative Divorce process, and then give us a call to explore options for your unique situation.
Sue Amato is a featured speaker at the CFLA Professional Outreach Committee-sponsored presentation on Collaborative Divorce for therapists and social workers. This event is free but registration is required.
Your mediator should require each of you to bring to the mediation complete documentation of all your assets, debts, income and expenses.
Unlike divorce litigation, a non-adversarial divorce requires the commitment of both of you to work towards an agreement outside of the courtroom.
Do you and your soon to be ex-spouse know how to talk to you kids about a pending divorce?
Holidays, for children of divorce, are just plain hard. The holiday season can remind them that their family is divided, and they may feel they are being pulled in every direction. Consider these holiday co-parenting tips from Kids in the Middle to make the season bright for your kids: Co-Parenting Tips for the Holidays Have questions or need more help? …
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