Collaborative Divorce or Collaborative Decision?

A potential client recently came in for a consult and, as often is the case, her husband was struggling to move forward in the process. They were at very different points on the divorce readiness scale – she was ready, he was not. This is quite typ… Read More
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What is a Parenting Plan?

A parenting plan is a legal document, filed with a divorce decree, that outlines aspects of the co-parenting relationship after divorce. At a minimum, the parenting plan outlines the scheduled time each parent spends with the kids. It can include det… Read More
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Free Consult

Many family law attorneys, like Kimberly Miller, offer a free consult – 30-60 minutes to meet your potential new attorney and get some questions answered. The consult serves two main purposes: learn about your options and get to know your poten… Read More
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Bringing a Reluctant Spouse to Collaborative Law

It is common for one spouse to be more committed to the collaborative process than the other. Indeed, it is common for one spouse to be more committed to divorcing than the other! Perhaps they have more information about collaborativelaw or they have… Read More
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Drafting & Reviewing

Drafting and reviewing is often a cheap and quick option to make decisions during a divorce with legal assistance. Some couples going through a divorce are able to work through the issues and come to resolutions on their own. Some clients use a finan… Read More
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Celebrity Divorces: What We Can Learn From TomKat

The Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes divorce has brought family law into the headlines once again. Like Tiger Woods before them, high profile individuals often seek confidentiality and discretion in their family law disputes. They also often reach out-of-cour… Read More
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Mediation of Financial Issues in a Divorce

Separating finances during divorce is often contentious. There are expectations by each party about what is fair and right. Often, this leads to adversarial proceedings in the courtroom where each dollar is fought over, often at great cost when attor… Read More
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Beginning the Process for a Collaborative Divorce

There is no one path through divorce. Many people assume that when a marriage ends, one party files for divorce and the soon-to-be ex-couple meets in the courtroom to decide everything from child custody arrangements to who gets the big television. W… Read More
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Don't Divorce Me! HBO Documentary on Kids' Rules for Divorce

HBO recently featured a wonderfully honest and fresh documentary on kids of divorce. The 30-minute film focuses on children who have recently gone through divorce. They offer unique perspectives on the realities they face. Even more refreshingly, the… Read More
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Facebook and Divorce

Facebook has become an oft-used tool in divorce cases. Sharing the details of your life on Facebook and other social networking sites may be a great way to keep in touch with friends and family during a difficult time in your life, but it can also be… Read More
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