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 …

Interview With Divorce Coach Karen Ela Kenny

In a typical divorce, the last thing on people’s minds is usually the importance of taking care of their mental health. Working to help people with this goal is Karen Ela Kenny, a LICSW and Collaborative Divorce Coach and Facilitator. Karen has a private practice as a psychotherapist and has seen clients since 1982 in …

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 …

Those Getting Divorced Don’t Know; You Have to Tell Them!

The Importance of Promoting Collaborative Practice by Professionals: by Kylie Grenier Professionals trained in Collaborative Divorce know the significant benefits for couples that are divorcing, but those looking to get divorced don’t. It’s an issue those who practice collaborative divorce understand, but the question remains the same; how can we promote collaborative divorce and its …

Why We Use Coaches in Collaborative Divorce

By Karen Ela Kenny Very often a client will ask their attorney, “Why do we need a Coach? Won’t that just be an added expense that we don’t really need?” These are valid questions and here are some helpful responses. The Coach will meet with the parties together and individually before a Participation Agreement is …

Be Proud of your Decision

– Michelle Teterault It takes courage to take a risk, to move in a direction that is different from others. Choosing to separate or end a relationship can be a difficult and painful process. If you have made the choice to “uncouple,” remember that you can do this within a peaceful and dignified process. Choosing …

Tackling Taxes After a Divorce

by Kristina George      Divorce is difficult enough. What could add to the anxiety that divorce brings? Taxes. If you are one of the many people who recently divorced this year, as a result you will be coping with new tax issues, and you may be filing your own tax return for the first …