May 21st, 2020 . Kimberly Grady

Divorce is challenging, even under the best of circumstances. It stretches the emotional limits of parents to the extreme. Emotions, stress, hurt, and fear can easily hijack parents’ solid and rational decision making. This can have unintended, dev...

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Litigation: A Divorce Process That Isn’t For Wimps


August 17th, 2019 . Jackie Pilossoph

There are a few different ways to get divorced. Here are some options:   1. You and your soon to be ex can go online and do it yourselves. 2. You and your soon to be ex can go to an attorney and figure it out yourselves (and actually use ...

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Three Words That Describe Collaborative Divorce: Calm, Efficient, Expedient


May 26th, 2018 . Jackie Pilossoph

If you're not familiar with collaborative divorce, read this wonderful guest post that describes the process and why it might work for you! Just the title alone--doesn't that sound better than stressful litigation and decisions made without your inpu...

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Collaborative Divorce: Why You Might Want One


October 21st, 2017 . Jackie Pilossoph

I had never heard of collaborative divorce until a few years ago. In fact, if I wasn't the writer of this blog, I probably still wouldn't know what it was. But collaborative divorce is becoming more and more well-known and well received, because it's...

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Why You Need A Child Specialist In Your Collaborative Divorce


January 19th, 2016 . Jackie Pilossoph

The biggest concern of almost every parent who is getting divorced are the kids. How are they going to adjust? How am I going to get them through this? Will they be scarred for life? Below is a guest post by Paulette Janus, LCSW, who is a therapist, ...

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