How to Choose a Collaborative Professional

How to Choose a Collaborative Professional Inasmuch as divorce is a legal process, each client will need to have – and is free to choose – his or her own Collaborative Attorney.  Attorneys who are qualified members of Collaborative Practice groups have committed to...

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Financial Professional’s Role in the Collaborative Divorce Process

Financial Professional’s Role in the Collaborative Divorce Process Divorcing couples are often unaware of the financial implications of various settlement options.  The Neutral Financial Professional is a licensed Certified Financial Planner (CFP) or Certified...

Resource Professionals

Resource Professionals Clients may enlist the help of other Collaboratively trained professionals such as mortgage specialists, real estate brokers, vocational consultants, insurance specialists, and real estate appraisers, who may provide valuable input and...

The Value of Curiosity – Especially in Divorce

When you stay open to the possibility that you do not necessarily know what your partner will say or do and you monitor your assumptions about them, you may be able to maintain a channel of communication that is less fraught with argument and disappointment.  You may still not like what he or she is wanting, but you will at least not like it from the standpoint of knowing that it is what they are actually want.