Collaborative Process Helping With ‘Gray Divorce’

By: Carol Ann Mazza Date Posted: March 14, 20164:18 pm

Being married and having a family can teach people a lot about themselves such as who they are and what they want to become as move forward in life. Sometimes life doesn't unfold as planned and staying with one partner for the rest of your lifetime may not be what is right for you. In an emotional post about life and love, Jami Tennille talks about learning the true meaning of love after her divorce from her ex-husband. 

The collaborative process allows couples to have a peaceful divorce that works to provide the best possible outcome for all parties involved in a non-hostile environment. Not all divorce ends with a fight and through litigation in court. It is possible to end a marriage with a peaceful divorce. 
CLICK HERE to learn more about 'gray divorce' and the collaborative process.