Legal Advice for Collaborative Divorce — 74 results
Collaborative divorce is an alternative to contested divorce that involves collaborative sessions between the parties and their lawyers.
Written by attorney William DeCenso, over 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
The ending of a marriage is often characterized by hostility and strained communication. Divorce produces heightened stress for the principals and often sets whole families off on a... more
Written by attorney Maria Katsouli, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
What is Collaborative Law? Collaborative law is a method of alternative dispute resolution. The process operates under the principle that parties to a dispute settle their differences... more
Written by attorney Alexandria Skinner, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
WHAT IS COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE? Collaborative Divorce is a divorce without litigation. This does not mean it is a divorce without argument and disagreement. You do not need to be wearing... more
Written by attorney Michael Bouldin, over 1 year ago.
No Court. No Judges. Collaborative Dissolution!
NKY has a separate group of domestic law attorneys and professionals who have formed the Northern Kentucky Collaborative Professionals,... more
Written by attorney Lori D. Becker, about 4 years ago.
Collaborative divorce law is a relatively new, multi-disciplinary
approach designed to minimize conflict while enabling divorcing couples
to find a way to resolve their differences on... more
Written by attorney Debra Braselton, over 5 years ago.
Learn about the differences between a collaborative divorce and a litigated divorce There are many resources available to those seeking information about Collaborative Divorce. Check your... more
Written by attorney Melanie Reichert, about 1 month ago.
Answers to frequently asked questions and debunking common misconceptions regarding collaborative law or collaborative divorce. What is Collaborative Law? Collaborative law, sometimes... more
Written by attorney Stephen King, 11 months ago.
Since the late 1990s, many divorce attorneys in Ohio have been offering their clients the option of collaborative divorce as an alternative to the traditionally adversarial divorce process.... more
Written by attorney Adam B. Cordover, over 1 year ago.
There has been a growing recognition over the past few decades that courtroom divorce, an adversarial process that pits husband against wife, is a dreadful and harmful method to resolve... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, about 2 years ago.
In Collaborative Divorce, lawyers and spouses have one goal, the collaborative resolution of all issues-without the threat of trial. This goal is established ahead of time in a contract... more