This blog was originally posted here. In March of this year at the State Bar of Texas Annual Collaborative Law Conference, I delivered the closing speech. This was the third time in a row I … [Read more...] about In Resolving Divorce and Child Custody Disputes What Do Truth and Justice Mean?
This blog was originally posted on Collaborative Divorce Texas. As a Collaborative Divorce Attorney, I have witnessed the sheer agony experienced by those I have served in making the decision to … [Read more...] about The Three Most Important Decisions Before You File For Divorce
This blog was originally posted on Collaborative Divorce Texas here: https://members.collaborativedivorcetexas.com/distinguish-yourself-shine-your-light-and-get-credentialed/ For over 20 years the … [Read more...] about Distinguish Yourself, Shine Your Light and Get Credentialed
This blog originally appeared on Collaborative Divorce Texas. Divorce is often a daunting experience for a couple with normal healthy children. But, divorce can be even more overwhelming when … [Read more...] about Collaborative Divorce – Choosing The Best Divorce Process To Meet Your Child’s Special Needs
When I was age 10 and attending fourth-grade elementary school, there was a school production to celebrate May Day. All of the students and teachers coordinated this large festival production of … [Read more...] about May Day, the May Pole, Collaborative Divorce, and COVID-19
This was originally posted on Collaborative Divorce Texas. As collaborative professionals we have the benefit of not having to prepare for and attend hearings in court except for obtaining … [Read more...] about Making Use of Virtual Collaborative Divorce Meetings During the Coronavirus Pandemic
To the normal passersby, this sign outside a laundry in Palacios, Texas, may be seen as very funny. But, if you or your spouse are divorcing, it is not amusing at all. The messy private details of … [Read more...] about Your Dirty Laundry is Our Business!