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Listening with Curiosity, Creativity, and Innovation

By Pam Masters
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.

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Creativity, Innovation, and Collaborative Divorce

By Joryn Jenkins
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.

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WORDS ARE IMPORTANT

By Jacqueline Green, Esq.
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.

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Same Sex Collaborative Divorce

By Gina Gallo, CFP®
The last several years have allowed me the privilege to work on many types of Collaborative divorce cases.

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Being Judgey

By Joryn Jenkins
Being judged is hard, even when we deserve it. Being judgey can likewise be hard, even when the person judged deserves it.

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A Financial Perspective from the Balcony

By Gina Gallo, CFP®
I walked into my conference room this morning and introduced myself to the dark-haired young woman sitting there, working on her smartphone.

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You Make Me Sick

By Joryn Jenkins
I walked into my conference room this morning and introduced myself to the dark-haired young woman sitting there, working on her smartphone.

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Financial Disparity

By Joryn Jenkins
I walked into my conference room this morning and introduced myself to the dark-haired young woman sitting there, working on her smartphone.

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Marry Happy, Stay Happy

By Keerthana Kallarackal
The Institute for Family Studies has found that, contrary to popular belief, the U.S. marriage and divorce rate is now at an all-time low.

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Life Planning, financial, legal, and emotional, in the beginning of a new relationship—using the collaborative process

By Sheila Furr
The word pre-nuptial makes people cringe. It seems so unromantic and threatening when you are talking about marriage.

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Why Are So Many Newlyweds Getting Divorced During The Pandemic?

By Joryn Jenkins
For most newlyweds the months following their wedding hold some of the greatest and most memorable times in their marriage.

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Divorce Is Like A Boiled Egg

By Keith Grossman
“Divorces are a special kind of trauma, and mine was no different.” – Unknown

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