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Is a collaborative divorce best for you?

In a collaborative divorce, the objective is for clients and their lawyers to negotiate a fair and equitable settlement, without the participation of the court.  The emphasis is upon complete and voluntary disclosure of financial and other information and resolution...

Surviving Divorce

What happens after divorce can be as stressful as the actual divorce. Sudden isolation, possible financial problems, coping with new relationships and efforts to “protect” children from the consequences of divorce may make you feel as if you will never regain control...

Selecting Your Lawyer

Selecting a competent and ethnical lawyer to represent you in a separation or divorce, requires the exercise of good judgment at the very time judgment may be clouded by emotional distress. In some instances, it may be desirable to bring a trusted family member or...

Child Support

There are legislative guidelines for child support based on the premise that both parents share responsibility to support their children. The court may apply a numerical formula to determine the level of child support to be paid by the parent who does not have...

Your child comes first

In a separation or divorce, the basic rule is: Your Child Comes First. Here are a few coping strategies: Both parents should explain to the child that each parent’s love for the child is absolute and that the child will have a continuing relationship with...