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Mediation and collaborative divorce share a common overarching goal to keep the divorcing couple out of court, thus sparing each party the many unfortunate consequences of litigated divorce. These consequences include the mental anguish of... Read more »...Read More..
I’ll never forget the morning I put my first born on the school bus for her first day of kindergarten. The moment I let go of my child’s hand, reality hit and I realized her... Read more »...Read More..
In our current political climate,” fake news” is constantly being reported. Unfortunately, the concept of making statements of “fact” with no supporting evidence which then requires others to prove the non-existence of an alleged act... Read more »...Read More..
If I had a dime for every time a client has said with exasperation “I am done with this marriage! Why am I not divorced yet?”, I would be a very wealthy woman who no... Read more »...Read More..
There are many reasons why people decide to stay in an unhappy marriage – fear, complacency, hope, and obligation to name a few. The longer I practice in this area, the more I realize that... Read more »...Read More..
“If all you have is a hammer everything looks like a nail.” – Abraham H. Maslow When the hammer of justice strikes in the context of divorce litigation, destruction of a family in transition can... Read more »...Read More..