Divorce Mediation or Collaborative Divorce: Six Factors to Consider When Deciding Which Process is Right for You

1. How important to you is having a “good divorce?  The primary difference between Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce is the level of support you will get while negotiating. Collaborative Divorce offers greater support in ensuring not only that the parties reach agreement, but that they do so in a good, thorough way. How concerned […]

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Family Law Litigation

Although family law litigation does not necessarily result in a court hearing (in fact most [email protected] cases end up settling without going to trial), [email protected] is characterized by the impending threat of a court hearing or trial. If your spouse is unwilling to engage in mediation or collaborative practice, you may have no choice but to utilize the litigation […]

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A Team Approach

Dissolving a marriage and/or establishing a custody arrangement involves first and foremost legal issues. But it is also involves difficult emotional and financial issues. Although an experienced family law attorney will have developed knowledge and skill in address the emotional and financial issues, adding a divorce coach, neutral financial professional, and (if necessary) neutral child […]

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Collaborative Practice Resources

Collaborative Practice Empowers you to resolve your legal disputes without judges, magistrates or court personnel making decisions for you. Provides you with specially trained Collaborative lawyers, mental health and financial professionals to educate, support and guide youVisit site Santa Barbara Collaborative Law Collaborative Practice, including Collaborative Law and interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce, is a new way […]

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