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

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 fear and anxiety. I can help ease […]

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 […]

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 […]

Restoring Sanity to the Divorce Process

At a recent gathering of lawyers, two former law school classmates were overheard reminiscing. One of them commented about the fact that each of them had married a psychotherapist. “How interesting,” he said, “we each married someone in the helping professions, while we’ve chosen one of the harming professions.” If […]

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