My married friends (as well as myself) complain about how they can’t get their spouses to change certain annoying and undesirable traits, whether it’s a spouse who has to control all the money, or a spouse not being emotionally available, or a spouse that doesn’t do a particularly good job watching the kids, or a… [Read More]
In a traditional adversarial divorce, attorneys are pitted against each other, trying to win for their client. You can imagine them fighting to get the largest piece of the pie for their client, regardless of the harm it may cause to the other party or the family as a whole. The goal of winning encourages… [Read More]
The Civil Collaborative Process presents an excellent option for many types of civil disputes, allowing families to settle difficult issues and help create a path forward to provide a healthier family system, without going to court, with the same benefits as Collaborative Divorce: a resolution with less stress and often, depending upon the case, lower costs than litigation.