Posts Tagged "Collaborative Divorce"
A Good Divorce is not an oxymoron. It is a a very real possibility. There are so many horror stories about ugly divorce processes that some people wonder if a “good divorce” is possible. ...Read More
People need to begin rebuilding trust and learn how work together for the sake of the kids… but that is often the opposite of their experience in adversarial divorce litigation. #9. Fear and distrust...Read More
People need to learn how to dial down the emotion and communicate with a businesslike demeanor for the sake of the kids… but that is often the opposite of their experience in adversarial divorce...Read More
This healthy approach to divorce is wholeheartedly embraced by Dorman Mediation. 10 Crucial Principles for Divorcing Couples to Understand A happy family in two houses is better than a miserable family in one house....Read More
Divorce without the war An outrageous and bitter divorce battle over material possessions is portrayed in the 1989 film, The War of the Roses, costarring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner. After nearly twenty years...Read More