Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in Divorce

Often lurking under the surface of what appear to be strictly legal or financial questions are issues that can be considerably more important than money to the people involved: questions of identity, of saving face, of fighting for one’s honor or one’s dignity, of...

About Collaborative Practice

Results for "collaborative" Collaborative Practice (or the Collaborative Process) allows clients to work together to respectfully resolve disputes outside of court, seeking options that will serve the interests of both clients, their children, and other...

How does Spousal Support Work in a Divorce?

Once divorcing couples begin living in separate households, they need to determine how their respective expenses will be paid. If either does not have sufficient income or other resources to cover their expenses, that spouse may have the ability to ask to receive...

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How to Deescalate Conflict in a Divorce

It is often said that a divorce is 95% emotional and only 5% legal.  A divorce is a life crisis, with intense emotional reactions, such as anger, fear, guilt, and despair. In the midst of this emotional soup, you must make huge decisions regarding your finances and...