Preserving Relationships in a Divorce

By: Karen Ela Kenny, MSW, LICSW Children will always benefit from being lovingly raised with an extended family to count on.  When children’s parents decide to divorce, this is often a strain on mutual friends, aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents.   One of the strongly held beliefs in the Collaborative process of divorcing is to preserve …

Divorce Shouldn’t be a War

By: Anna Goulet Zimmerman, Esq. We know that collaborative divorces can lead to less friction and better post-divorce relationships, which is especially important in cases involving children. Divorces wherein one or both spouses are, or were, in the military present challenges for which collaborative law can allow for the parties to work together to reach …

Collaborative Divorce Attorney Interview With Meegan Reis

I had the opportunity to speak with an attorney who only practices collaborative divorce. She stands out in the field as she has dedicated her practice solely to alternative dispute resolutions, with the intention of supporting people through divorce with minimal conflict and promoting working post-divorce relationships, especially when children are involved.  This attorney is …

Can you Resolve a Case Outside of Court?

By Kate Morneau of Morneau Law At Morneau Law, we are committed to helping people through divorce dispute resolutions in a manner that least impacts families. Luckily, we have several tools to help effectively and efficiently minimize the animosity between parents and keep New Hampshire families out of court. Some of the methods for avoiding …