Blog Posts in July, 2013

  • Addressing Back-to-School Issues by Collaborative Practice

    || 30-Jul-2013

    Whether you are separated or divorced, or share a child with a former partner, there are issues which commonly arise in July and August prior to the start of school. These back-to-school issues often need immediate attention, and court calendars may not accommodate the issue in a timely fashion. In addition to the time crunch, litigating the issues may be cost prohibitive. We are often asked ...
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  • What are the Benefits of Collaborative Divorce?

    || 12-Jul-2013

    For those of us who practice collaborative divorce, a description of its benefits can take pages and pages of text -- especially for those of us who have been representing clients in divorce litigation for many years. We have experienced first-hand the frustration, anger, hurt and disillusionment that often accompanies the traditional litigation process. Here is a summary of SOME of the benefits ...
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  • You've Got Your Decree! - Here are Some Suggestions for Tying up Loose Ends.

    || 9-Jul-2013

    So, you're there! You're divorced! You take a look at the final Decree and breathe a sigh of relief. However, here are a few suggestions to make sure all of those pesky loose ends are tied up neatly. If, as a part of the Decree, you have been awarded a division of your ex-spouse's retirement account(s), make sure your portion of the account(s) is actually transferred to your individual ...
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