In many divorces, parties and their lawyers have a “win-lose” approach toward litigation. A divorce case becomes a zero-sum game. But in a collaborative divorce, parties use mediation and negotiation to settle their divorce. This collaborative approach can help resolve a divorce in a peaceful, less expensive manner.
If you filed for divorce, family court mediation is, more than likely, coming your way. And that’s a good thing. Regardless of whether or not you’ve retained counsel, courts very...Read article
Divorce can be an unpleasant topic. When a couple decides to get married, the topic of separation is typically not at the top of their list to discuss. However, many...Read article
Divorce is a challenging time in a person’s life. Anyone who has been through a divorce can offer many reasons as to why divorce is painful and hard, especially if...Read article