Why Consider a Collaborative Divorce?

You might choose a Collaborative Divorce because you want to stay out of court, keep conflict to a minimum, and have control over the process.  You may want to have enough legal and emotional support and financial and tax education as possible to make informed...

Emotional Attachment to a House in a Divorce

This blog is a re-post of one of Ann Buscho, Ph.D.’s recent blogs that she uploaded to her website at https://drannbuscho.com.  Your house (your home) has so many meanings for your family both emotionally and financially.  Please read on for Dr. Buscho’s important...

Divorce – What if I don’t trust my spouse?

You can still divorce in a non-adversarial, less toxic way even though all trust between you and your partner/spouse is damaged or even completely gone.  How can this possibly work?  A Collaborative Divorce is the answer. Look for Collaboratively trained family law...

What Is So Important about a Budget in a Divorce?

One of your most essential tasks in a divorce mediation or a Collaborative divorce is to prepare a summary of your expenses, which we will call your budget.  A budget by its very nature is only an estimate, or projection, of future income and expenses.  Past...