Let It Go! Frozen Lessons from My First Collaborative Case

By Christopher M. Sprysenski In 2015, I began my journey as a collaborative divorce lawyer.  Having an already resolution-focused approach to my practice, the collaborative model just made sense.  I’ve always said that “when all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” Having a neutral mental health […]

How Collaborative Divorce Works and Why It Is The Best Divorce Alternative

By A.J. Grossman III, J.D., LL.M., Esq. You want a divorce, are thinking of divorce, or your spouse has asked for a divorce. Now what? Since most people don’t deal with divorce every day or more than once or twice during a lifetime, it can be a mystery that produces […]

Why is it Best to Settle My Same-Sex Divorce Case Outside of Court?

The Three Best Ways to End Your LGBT Marriage By Andrea Morgan, J.D. First off, I want to thank the same-sex and LGBT community as your hard-fought battle for equal marriage in Florida finally paid off in 2015, proving yet again that love wins. But if the words “til death […]

Want a Private Divorce?

        By A.J. Grossman III, J.D., LL.M., Esq. What would you say if I told you about a way to get divorced that avoided publishing all your finances to the public, avoided having to go to Court, avoided the terrible stress and trauma for your children, and allowed you and […]

Collaborative divorce can ease emotional, economic stress

May 2, 2014, CNBC.com – Deborah Nason.  Divorce will never be a walk in the park, but it doesn’t have to be a traumatic process, either. So say practitioners of collaborative divorce, a relatively new approach that avoids the court system and puts negotiations and decisions directly in the hands […]

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