The Efficiency of Communication

By Diana Martinez Honestly: how hard is it for one attorney to call the other attorney and try to resolve before filing a motion with the court? Let’s think about the economic efficiency of this. To file a motion, you have to interview the client on the issues. Maybe an hour’s worth of discussion. Let’s …

The Role of a Collaborative Divorce Coach

Written by Jann Glasser Divorce is just as much a life transition as marriage. Divorce is not about the division of property; it is about the division of lives. Closure rarely comes with the decree of dissolution issued by the court. Closure can come more easily though, through collaborative divorce, where the professional team helps …

Ten Tips on deciding between Collaboration and Mediation

Written by: Lois Nightingale, PhD Helping your child through your divorce may be one of the most difficult tasks you will ever face as a parent. The following is a brief list of practical tips that can help as you walk through this difficult time with your child. 1. Be honest. Don’t lead your child …

Glossary of Terms

Child Specialist – An experienced, licensed therapist with specific education and training in the expected behaviors, stages, challenges and tasks of the development of a child. They work with the child (ren) to address specific emotional and practical day-to-day needs as they relate to the divorce process. The Child Representative also helps in designing the …

Preparing for Divorce

For most of us, the divorce process is an unfamiliar process. Knowing where to start can make all of the difference. Following is a simple checklist to help you prepare to commit to a divorce process that best meets your family’s needs. Initial questions to ask yourself ? Is reconciliation with my spouse possible? ? …

Elegant Simplicity in Complex Financial Concepts

Elegant Simplicity in Complex Financial Concepts

Bart J. Carey, ESQ. Awarded The Eureka Award

Bart J. Carey, ESQ. Awarded The Eureka Award