Making Sense of Those Divorce Legal Forms

The Petition Opens a file: Filing a petition for dissolution of marriage (divorce) simply opens a file at the courthouse and gives you a file number to use in the future.  Nothing else will ever happen if no one files anything further.  In fact, the court is obligated...

My Spouse Won’t Agree to Divorce. What Can I Do?

This blog is a re-post of one of Ann Gold Buscho, Ph.D.’s recent blogs that she uploaded to her website at https://drannbuscho.com.  Dr. Buscho is a nationally recognized author and a blogger at Psychology Today.  Please read on for Dr. Buscho’s important tips to deal...

Step into Your Power – Choose a Collaborative Divorce

For some people, by the time they’re ready to move on from a marriage, they mistakenly believe that moving through the court process is the only or best option. The moment at which you decide to move forward with a divorce can be riddled with feelings of...

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...

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...