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The Collaborative Way to Divorce

The Revolutionary Method That Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids--Without Going to Court

by Stuart G.; Ousky, Ronald D. Webb

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Published by Plume .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7591251M
ISBN 100452288355
ISBN 109780452288355
OCLC/WorldCa145559443

Collaborate Divorce Handbook, by Forrest S. Mosten, delivers what its title suggests–a complete, point-by-point practical guide for lawyers wishing to learn about collaborative divorce techniques. But this book also offers much more, and to a far broader readership. Collaborative Law Denver Collaborative Law Attorney. Collaborative law is a relatively new way to resolve divorce issues such as asset division, child custody and support, and maintenance out of court. Like mediation, the outcome of the collaborative law process is not binding on either party unless and until a final agreement is signed.

Happier Endings Through Collaborative Divorce. In her book, Divorce Without Disaster, she admits to having had the instinct to protect others all the way back to when she was a child at her. Whether you make the proposal in person, over the phone, or in writing, present mediation or collaborative divorce in a way that is neutral and nonthreatening. Provide your spouse with information without making your spouse feel like it’s about being coerced or sold a bill of goods.

Collaborative Divorce is a quicker, less stressful and more affordable option than the traditional process of litigating a divorce or dissolution.. It is a process that helps couples reach a fair settlement and parenting plan without litigation. The spouses control the process, with the . Collaborative law is a new way to resolve disputes by removing the disputed matter from the litigious court room setting and treating the process as a way to "trouble shoot and problem solve" rather than to fight and win. As part of the collaborative law method, both parties retain separate attorneys whose job it is to help them settle the dispute.


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Written by Stu Webb, the founder of the Collaborative law movement and Ron Ousky, an early pioneer of the process, The Collaborative Way to Divorce guides you through the steps of the Collaborative process so that you can make better, more informed, and more strategic decisions—resulting in a win-win outcome for you and your spouse.

A valuable book on the process is available: The Collaborative Way to Divorce: The Revolutionary Method That Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids—Without Going to Court, by Stuart G.

Webb and Ronald Ousky. Joryn Jenkins has published extensively on collaborative practice, including Changing the Way the World Gets Divorced, her page textbook focused on marketing collaborative practice. When she teaches her advanced two-day training, that textbook is the course materials.

Below are books that go more in depth into collaborative divorce, many of which are geared to spouses considering this private form of dispute resolution. Stuart G. Webb & Ronald D. Ousky, The Collaborative Way to Divorce: The Revolutionary Method That Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids – Without Going to Court (Plume We are a Collaborative law firm dedicated to helping people resolve personal disputes without destroying their families.

We encourage the use of the Collaborative Family Law model in divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, post-judgment, prenuptial, and most other family law cases. Further, Adam B. Cordover is an internationally-recognized leader in Collaborative Practice, a trainer.

Collaborative Divorce Download Free E-book We’ve all heard the horror stories of divorces lasting for years, and no one be satisfied with the final outcome issued by a judge.

By the end the money is drained, and the parents will never be able to cooperatively co-parent again. For more information about Collaborative divorce, inquire about our partner, Melinda Eitzen’s book, Divorce the Collaborative Way. If you’re considering divorce, and would like to discuss any of the above in further depth, feel free to reach out to us, at Read "The Collaborative Way to Divorce The Revolutionary Method That Results in Less Stress, LowerCosts, and Happier Ki ds--Without Going to Court" by Stuart G.

Webb available from Rakuten Kobo. The groundbreaking alternative for the millions of couples with children who face divorce.

The Collaborative Divorce Process is a new way for you to resolve disputes respectfully — without letting a judge decide the fate of your family — while working with collaboratively trained professionals who work to support you and your family through the legal, financial, emotional, and parenting issues.

There’s a new kinder, gentler way to be divorced in New Jersey called collaborative divorce. Last fall, Gov. Christie signed the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law. The Collaborative Way to Divorce The Revolutionary Method That Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids, Without Going to Court (Book): Webb, Stuart G.: Outlines a strategic method for divorced parents on how to divide assets, conduct post-divorce relationships, and share custody while protecting the needs of their children, counseling readers on how to hire legal representation.

As in that book, Alexander discusses options such as alternative dispute resolution, four-way settlement meetings and collaborative practice, which his experience has shown to be less contentious and less stressful ways for a couple to make tough decisions on mutually-owned property, custody arrangements, alimony and child support.

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'We Got You.". The Collaborative Way to Divorce | The groundbreaking alternative for the millions of couples with children who face divorce each year--couples who want to avoid litigation, but don't want to give up on getting what they want.

This book guides you through all the steps of negotiating a divorce settlement, using divorce mediation or the innovative approach called "collaborative divorce." Encouraging, straightforward and inspiring, Divorce Without Court explains how mediation and collaborative divorce work for all kinds of families and shows you how to.

What is a Collaborative Divorce. Collaborative divorce is a relatively new method of resolving issues that people deal with when ending a marriage. Think of a collaborative divorce as a combination of divorce mediation and a traditional divorce that involves attorneys. Both spouses hire lawyers who agree to resolve issues using non-adversarial techniques.

‎Divorce doesn’t just affect the parents and children involved. From Co-workers and employees to friends, neighbors, and spouses, the toxic fallout of divorce and years of mismanaged conflict can touch us all, all over North Carolina and America, changing the way we approach the world.

Veteran Divorc. The collaborative divorce process turns away from the adversarial nature of traditional divorce proceedings and recognizes parties who want to leave the marriage with as little conflict as possible.

The team at Hargrave Family Law has extensive training in the collaborative process, and we truly believe that it’s an innovative way for couples. The book, co-edited by California lawyer Forrest “Woody” Mosten, author of the Collaborative Divorce Handbook (Josey-Bass ) and Tampa attorney Adam B.

Cordover, an emerging leader in collaborative practice, brings together experts in the field of collaborative divorce, a healthier, more private, and more peaceful divorce process.Collaborative Divorce is a new and progressive way for divorcing couples to resolve their disputes peacefully and with respect for one another – without going to court.

When couples in North Carolina decide to separate or divorce, they must find a way to resolve all outstanding issues, potentially including: child custody and support, post.Our approach at is based on clinical research and client feedback.

We leverage out of court process options whenever possible to resolve conflict in a more positive way. We are working as a multidisciplinary collaborative team of lawyers, mediators, certified financial divorce .