Posts Tagged "Compassionate 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
Empathetic help through the divorce process from Dorman Mediation. Here is an email that was sent to a client in June of 2013. Dear X & Y, It seemed like the realities of life-after-divorce were...Read More
Minnesota’s divorce system is based on the principle of “no-fault,” meaning that a divorce will be granted if either party believes that the marriage is over—without requiring a showing of wrongdoing by either party....Read More
People need to begin building a bridge across the gulf between them, but often the tactics of adversarial divorce litigation polarize issues, deepen the conflict, increase the pain, and push them further apart. Adversarial...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