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Tips for Better Children Pick-ups and Drop-offs between Parents

I wanted to share an informative article I found on how parents can logistially handle drop-offs and pick-up of children after the divorce. Handovers are the physical and logistical process when ...
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Low Conflict Divorce- Top 10 Tips for Parents

I am an enthusiastic and strong advocate of low-conflict divorces and co-parenting, as it is always the best choice when a divorce involves children. I've found that most parents will do anything ...
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Mexico City Trys Implementing Marriage Contracts to Reduce Divorces

Back in September, I first hear about Mexico lawmakers proposed a new law that could drastically reduce the number of contested divorce filings. According to news reports, reftists in Mexico ...
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Are Legal Arguments the Best Way To Handle Conflict?

At a young age my parents knew I was going to be a lawyer. I don't know what exactly tipped them off. It could have been my passion for reading, my stubborness for never taking "No" for ...
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A Good Divorce from a Child's Perspective

I recently came across this blog by divorce coach Annie O'Neill called Life After Divorce: New Horizons . The blog had some very inciteful and informative quotes so I wanted to share a particular ...
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Children's Bill of Rights

Any parent who is contemplating a divorce should put the rights of their children first. I meet with many couples who deeply care about protecting their children from the trauma of divorce. That is ...
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Become Less Reactive and More Responsive

This morning I was doing my daily dose of spiritual and uplifting reading before I started my day. I generally pick up any one of my books to get me into a positive, calm and centered state of mind. ...
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Too Easy To Get Married OR Too Hard to Get Divorced?

I always have clients who say to me why is it so easy to get married. You can go down to City Hall and boom your married. But when it comes to getting a divorce, its a difficult process where you have ...
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Welcome to Our New Blog - Marriage, Divorce and New Beginnings!

I've been a divorce lawyer in California, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania and believe it or not, I enjoy my job very much. It's not that I like divorces. I don't like divorce any more than a ...
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Healthy Divorces

The notion of having a healthy divorce seems impossible to most people. The reasoning behing that is because our media portrays the unhelathy divorced famlies in our society. They are the ones that ...
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When to Introduce Your Kids to a New Dating Partner?

Dating after divorce- the thought and words fill some divorced parents with dread. The idea of getting back into the dating scene after being married is intimidating and frightening. At some point, ...
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Handling Your Children's Milestone Moments After Divorce

Many divorcing couples forget to realize that even though they are ending their marriage, they will never fully be able to get rid of that other person from their lives if they have children together. ...
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Ground Breaking Divorce Reform in the U.S.

We have heard or experienced the devastating effects of divorce- financial hardship, emotional distress, stress, and more. The most important effect is the pain it causes to children. Children of ...
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Fight Fair in Your Marriage

This is an older article I came across, but the information is timeless. No relationship is perfect- couples, parents, co-workers, friends etc. These are some tips for couples to fight more fair. It ...
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Your Fight Style Can Lead to Divorce- What is your Fight Style?

An article in the Chicago Tribune discusses the recent study at the University of Michigan that theorizes it’s not so much the fighting in a marriage that can lead to divorce, but the fight style. ...
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10 Steps to a Successful Divorce- From Your Child's Point of View

Divorce has lasting effects to children of any age. It's not so much the act of divorce, it is how parents treat each other during and after divorce which has a negative impact on children. Divorcing ...
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Rules for Couples on "Friendly Fighting"

There is not a single couple who agrees with everything their significant other believes. A healthy relationship requires knowing the skills necessary for "friendly fighting"- dealing with ...
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5 Great Books on Divorce Mediation

Have you heard about Divorce Mediation as a superior alternative to litigation? Are you unsure how to proceed with mediation? Or you wish there was a divorce process that is less expensive and more ...
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Will a Mediated Divorce Work if You are Angry at Your Spouse?

Most couples who choose an amicable divorce process, may still find the process challenging. Strong emotions are too be expected regardless of the divorce method chosen. Usually, there is some level ...
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How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce

My eagerness to educate the public about peaceful divorce resolution and help couples reach an amicable agreement is mainly because of my passion to protect children from the painful effect of ...
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Peaceful Divorce- An Idea Whose Time IS NOW!

Many people who are unhappy in their marriage want a divorce but fear the unknown and do not take that drastic step. If you are contemplating a divorce, I urge you to watch an episode of divorce ...
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The Most Frequently Asked Questions about Mediation

If We Can't Communicate Can We Mediate? Many couples realize the benefits of mediation and collaborative divorce, however they are apprehensive about how well they can communicate with each other. ...
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History of Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Law began and was founded by a family law attorney by the name of Stu Webb. Stu practiced family law in Minneapolis, Minnesota for more than 20 years, during the late 1980's. After years ...
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What is the Role of an Attorney in Mediation vs. Collaborative Divorce?

One of the fundamental differences between Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce is the role of an attorney during the process. This article will help you understand the differences in the level ...
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How Divorce Effects Your Estate Plan and Will

A divorce means changing practically everything in your life. Everything you have grown accustomed to during your marriage will change drastically after your divorce. Do you currently have a will that ...
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