What are the Differences Between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce?

What are the Differences Between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce? The divorce process is unavoidably stressful, even if you and your former partner have an amicable relationship. In these cases, you may want to avoid going to court, instead of settling your affairs privately with a lawyer. Mediation and collaborative divorce processes both allow you to…

Co-Parenting: Where Do I Start?

When you’re going through a divorce or separation involving children, one of the hardest parts is deciding how you and your former partner will parent going forward. If the two of you have an amicable relationship, co-parenting may work to both your benefit and your children’s. But where should you start? What is Co-Parenting? Many…

Putting Children First: How the Collaborative and Mediation Process Can Help in Separation and Divorce

Putting Children First: How the Collaborative and Mediation Process Can Help in Separation and Divorce When you have children, the process of separation or divorce becomes more complicated than it would be with just two people. It may benefit everyone to use a collaborative or mediation process when going through a divorce or separation. What…