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It is common for divorcing couples to be in different stages of the process of grieving and adjusting to the new post separation “normal.” As a result, it is not unusual for one spouse to refuse to move forward or even respond to a suggestion to meet with a divorce professional. One spouse may want to begin discussing various issues immediately while the other says “no” to everything.
Although it is easy to conclude that a spouse’s initial lack of cooperation is an indication that you cannot successfully mediate or use the Collaborative Divorce process, it has been my experience that many divorces successfully reach a peaceful conclusion through mediation or Collaborative Divorce even though they have started with what looks like a lack of cooperation. I can help. Please contact me to discuss some alternatives that can help you and your spouse begin to move forward.