Legal Advice for Collaborative Divorce — 154 results
Written by attorney Denise Couling, over 4 years ago.
Because mediation and collaborative practice typically are far more
affordable processes for handling divorce, they often are mistaken for
"budget" options. Yes: almost always mediation... more
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Written by attorney Michael Fancher, almost 5 years ago.
Despite what it sounds like, Collaboration is not just for
spouses who get along amicably, it is specifically designed to manage conflict. The real power of bringing together a
Written by attorney Diane L. Mader, almost 5 years ago.
What do coaches do in a collaborative divorce? Coaches meet individually with divorcing spouses and assess what each client needs.
Frequent roles for coaches include providing education... more
Written by attorney Sandra Crawford, almost 5 years ago.
Understand that you have choices when deciding on what process to use Litigation is no longer the only choice available to individuals facing divorce. Today there are several process... more
Written by attorney Timothy W Durkin, about 3 years ago.
You may think that you and your spouse could never be candidates for alternative methods of dispute resolution, such as mediation or collaboration, to help resolve issues during your... more
Written by attorney Angela I. Green, over 3 years ago.
We are providing this guide with the hopes that you will
use this resource to find the right attorney, divorce mediator or collaborative
attorney. Here are some things you
should look... more
Written by attorney Henry Gornbein, almost 4 years ago.
How is collaborative divorce different from litigation in Michigan?
Written by attorney Lisa Veizades, over 4 years ago.
In a Collaborative Divorce, Parties Commit at the Outset Not to Go to Court. One of the key factors differentiating Collaborative Practice from litigation is the fact that at the very... more
Written by attorney James Hart, over 4 years ago.
Less Costly A collaborative divorce is far less expensive than traditional litigation. In a typical divorce case, a lawyer will collect an initial retainer which will vary based on your... more