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Collaborative Divorce
Most parents would never dream of ever handing over the future financial security and child-rearing decisions affecting their children to a stranger. Yet, so many do just that when they go through the traditional divorce process. It was never their intention to put these decisions in the hands of a judge, but that is what...
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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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More and more couples are looking for alternatives to the traditional divorce process. They’ve seen the damage that can be done to a family when the couple fights it out in court. It’s a process where there are no winners and unfortunately those impacted the most in a negative way are often the children. With...
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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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Here is a recent podcast featuring Anna–Maria Pittella and Dr. William Frankenstein, Ph.D. talking about the value of the collaborative team.
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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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Linda Piff was recently a featured guest on New Jersey Divorce Talk Radio podcast discussing collaborative law and divorce in NJ. Click here to listen to the podcasts.
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Co-parenting after divorce isn’t always an easy task—after all, trying to cooperate with someone when you have hurt feelings, disappointment, or resentment isn’t going to be a walk in the park. That’s why it’s important to understand that your children need both parents actively involved in their lives, regardless of your personal opinion of your...
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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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