Tag: Communication

We blog about helping Long Island families to resolve conflicts in the most productive ways possible.

The Wideners of Philadelphia were not out to get each other. So they tell us in an April 19, 2019 online article by Erin Arvedlund in the the Inquirer, They’re divorcing. They’re still good friends. How did the Weidners do it? Stephanie Widener, a software engineer stated: We heard about it and realized it was […]

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Like divorce lawyers in litigated matters, your Collaborative Divorce attorney will tell you how the law applies to your unique factual situation and will draft and revise the final agreement resolving your situation. However, lawyers in the Collaborative Divorce Process perform other critical functions. Using the special skills involved in Collaborative Process, your attorney will […]

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You are getting divorced, but do you really want a judge telling you how to raise your children? Robert Emery, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Children, Families and the Law at the University of Virginia, focuses a light on this issue in his New York Times Opinion piece “How Divorced Parents […]

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