How Your Children Learn From Divorce

Many parents worry about divorce and how it will affect their children. While the process of divorce is painful for everyone in the family, it doesn't mean getting a divorce is a bad thing. One way the collaborative process is benefiting families is by allowing parents to set custody rules...

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How are we teaching our children to handle conflict?

Conflict is ubiquitous; it can be about something as simple as a disagreement over a restaurant choice or as complex as a disagreement on whether to accept a job in another city.  As humans, we face conflicts every day and throughout our lives.  Divorce is one of many conflicts a...

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The Benefit of a Financial Neutral

There is a misconception that having a financial neutral in a Collaborative Divorce only makes sense for high net worth couples.  What about everyone else?  Does it make sense for them, too?  When there is a limited amount of money/income to go around, it makes a lot of sense to...

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Couples Are Finding a More Peaceful Way to Divorce

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Post-Divorce Parenting Pitfalls–The 3 Communication Traps to Avoid

Co-parenting after divorce can be very tricky.  How you communicate with your ex can play a big part in doing it smoothly.  Read more: http://coparently.com/post-divorce-coparenting-pitfalls 

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