Everyone Wins with Collaborative Divorce

One of the most compelling aspects of collaborative divorce is that the ultimate goal is for both parties to win. The courtroom, on the other hand, imposes a division – division is the very nature of the space, the proceedings, the results. In this atmosphere a divorce is a fight with only one victor, the […]

Divorce doesn’t necessarily mean the destruction of a family business

Robert Merlin collaborative law

Bob Merlin, FACP member and principal of Robert J. Merlin, P.A., wrote a guest column for the South Florida Business Journal about the benefits of the collaborative process when a family business is part of the negotiation. Learn more on the SFBJ site: Divorce doesn’t necessarily mean the destruction of a family business

International Face of Collaborative Law

Linda Wray Collaborative Law

Collaborative Spotlight: Linda Wray Collaborative Family Law dates back to 1990 and it serves as an alternative to adversarial divorce. It’s gaining popularity nationally, as well as internationally. In this article, we are interviewing Linda Wray, who has a passion for Collaborative Law. Linda practices family law as a Collaborative attorney, mediator and litigator. She […]