As a new registered mental health counseling intern and registered marriage and family therapy intern, working with people when they are most vulnerable is an everyday occurrence.
We’ve all heard the saying that hindsight is 20-20 and we find ourselves saying, “If we only knew then what we know now.”
My spouse travels a lot for business. When we travel for pleasure, we occasionally get upgraded to first class.
As professionals, what are the most important steps in the collaborative process?
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“TCJA”) signed into law on December 22, 2017 changed the alimony landscape significantly.
Think You Don’t Need a Mental Health Professional Facilitator Participating in Your Divorce? Well, Think Again!
When I advise clients about the Collaborative process as an option for their divorce, I sometimes encounter a firm response.
If you ask almost anyone to describe divorce, the words “scary and stressful” are much more likely to come up than “creative and innovative.” But the truth is, the Collaborative Divorce process IS both creative and innovative.
As a collaborative divorce attorney, I know a thing or two about conflict. For over 30 years, I’ve been helping couples separate assets and find ways to co-parent their children to ensure everyone’s needs are met.
What do creativity and innovation mean to you? Imagination, invention, and ingenuity are vital elements of what I now do every day at work, in the collaborative dispute resolution process.
Like Mama always said, “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” It is important to choose our words wisely. In the context of a collaborative divorce, this is truer than ever.