Privacy in the Collaborative Process

Written By: Jane M. Schirch, Esq. Many people choose to engage in the collaborative process for many reasons.  One of the reasons I hear over and over again from clients that have chosen this process is that it allows them to maintain privacy and confidentiality of their intimate family conflicts.  In the traditional divorce process, …

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 …