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Collaborative Divorce
The Collaborative Practice is for parents who want to foster good relationships, make healthy traditions, minimize conflict, and save money. If you want to be a positive role model and provide a stable environment for your child, the collaborative practice may be right for you.[1] Making Healthy Traditions: Just as you and your spouse will...
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It takes two (2) people to have a Collaborative Divorce. Both parties need to hire collaboratively trained attorneys. If you decide to pursue the Collaborative Process to divorce, how can you get your spouse to agree? First and foremost share information with your spouse. I recommend a book entitled “The Collaborative Way to Divorce”, by...
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The only hope for the future is in a change of our consciousness and the change is bound to come. But it is left to us to decide if we will collaborate for this change or if it will have to be enforced upon us by the power of crashing circumstances.So, wake up and collaborate! August...
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Collaborative divorce is a new alternative to the traditional divorce litigation process that allows couples to reach a mutually acceptable resolution of all of the issues without going to court. With the help of the collaborative team, the couple works together to find creative solutions to all the disputed matters in an open and honest...
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  In a recent episode of New Jersey Divorce Talk Radio, divorce attorney Joe Noto Esq. talked about collaborative divorce and the role of the collaborative team.
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Divorce attorneys Linda Piff and C. Catherine Jannarone discuss the ten best New Year’s Resolutions you can make for you and your child while going through a divorce.
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The collaborative divorce process is an alternative way of getting divorced that allows couples to achieve a mutually acceptable resolution of all issues without going to court. The collaborative process avoids court, is confidential and gives control over the outcome to the divorcing couple. In the collaborative process both parties agree from the start not...
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Our own Joan M. Donnelly, Esq. was recently featured on New Jersey Divorce Talk Radio discussing custody and parenting time issues and the benefits provided by the collaborative process as opposed to how these issues have traditionally been handled in the court system. Click here to listen
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Sitting in a courtroom is never an easy task – especially when you’re trying to move on with your life. This is especially true when it comes to individuals involved in a heated divorce, in which both partners are trying to think only of themselves – instead of trying to resolve issues and move on...
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