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
At Houston Collaborative Divorce’s November Luncheon and Annual Meeting on November 16, 2018 the following Professionals were elected to serve as Officers and Directors in 2019: President - Karen … [Read more...] about CDH Honors Their New Board of Directors
A controversial study on social consequences of divorce has recently landed on my radar. In 2010, James Fowler of University of California, San Diego, Nicholas Christakis of Harvard University and … [Read more...] about Is Divorce Contagious?
17 years ago I experienced a collaborative divorce with my ex-husband. It was the most respectful, intelligent, emotionally moderate, communicative and peaceful divorce of anyone I’ve ever seen go … [Read more...] about Micki Grimland
The collaborative law process removed so many unknowns in the divorce process and gave me a huge amount of comfort during a very difficult time. … [Read more...] about Bill O. (Houston)
One question that comes up about collaborative law is, “How quickly can we reach a divorce?” As we were reminded, looking at an article on the subject from Fort Worth-based collaborative lawyer Dick … [Read more...] about How Fast Does a Collaborative Divorce Move?
In a Collaborative Divorce, the first person you hire will be your Collaborative attorney. Collaborative attorneys have the same credentials and licensing as any other attorney, but they have also had … [Read more...] about Choosing a Collaborative Divorce Houston (CDH) Professional
When spouses decide that a divorce is the only way to resolve their problems, they are often hurt, angry, and confused, while at the same time, they still retain feelings of caring and love for the … [Read more...] about Preserving Relationships