If you are a divorced parent, or in the process of a divorce and this is your first holiday season in your new family structure, you have likely already noticed the stress around scheduling. Like many parents, you may have high expectations of how perfect you want this time to be for your children. If the expectations are not met, you may feel disappointed with yourself and feel as though you … [Read more...] about Planning for the Holidays While Divorcing with Children
When couples decide to divorce, most are aware of traditional divorce litigation where each party gets their own attorney, and the adversarial process begins. It is easy with parties in litigation, each armed with their own attorney, to see everything as a fight with only one winner, making the other party the loser. Winning and losing should not be the standard for a family law case and there is … [Read more...] about Why Does Collaborative Divorce Work?