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
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August 12 was member Jack Emmott's birthday. According to Jack, the greatest gift he received for his birthday was, in behalf of Collaborative Divorce Texas, the giving of the Gay Cox Award to … [Read more...] about The 2019 Gay Cox Award
Divorce is hard enough. Add in a financial emergency, and it might feel like your personal version of “Mission Impossible”. No, this isn’t a perfect storm that only happens to those who … [Read more...] about Handling a Cash Emergency Half-Way Through Your Divorce
If splitting “fun” things like investment accounts and collectibles is painful in a divorce, what happens when you get to dividing something neither spouse wants? Welcome to dealing with family … [Read more...] about Ask Your Financial Planner: “How Do We Divide the Debt in a Texas Divorce?”
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
On Friday September 21, Collaborative Divorce Houston, a Texas Non-Profit, dedicated to providing pro bono collaborative divorce services to the poor and to train professionals in law, finance and … [Read more...] about September Luncheon
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?
The prospect of divorce can feel overwhelming. Is there still a chance of reconciling? What will happen to the kids? How will you make ends meet? That awkward “tween” time while you are considering … [Read more...] about 5 actions to take while considering divorce in 2018
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!
There is no such thing as a free lunch and there is no such thing as an easy divorce. Why? Because divorce marks the death of a relationship. The death of a dream. The death of a hope for an … [Read more...] about An Easy Divorce