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Start a Divorce Case with the End in Mind

Start a Divorce Case with the End in Mind

One reason I like Collaborative Divorce so much is that we begin the divorce case with an ideal outcome in mind. Usually, the divorcing parties want to be collegial and, if they are parents, work together once their marriage is legally over. With these goals, you make...

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Deciding Whether to File for Divorce?

Deciding Whether to File for Divorce?

Photo by Ben Blennerhassett on UnsplashIt’s 2 a.m. and you can’t sleep. Should you file for divorce? Should you end your marriage? Is there anything left to salvage in the relationship? Is it time to move on?You haven’t been happy for a long time. You and your spouse...

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Leadership Requires Awareness

Leadership Requires Awareness

With a goal of being an effective leader, I’ve been reading about how to cultivate leadership skills. What comes up again and again is the importance of building awareness.Have you ever been somewhere, and your mind wanders to another place? Perhaps you’re worrying...

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Taking Divorce Virtual

Taking Divorce Virtual

How a Jameson Law Manages a Virtual Divorce Case in Colorado This blog first appeared on the website for the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Read the original blog here.In the era of COVID-19, everyone is using virtual meeting software to conduct...

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