Collaborative family law is a way for divorcing partners to resolve their disputes respectfully without going to court. It's also referred to as “no-court divorce” or “divorce with dignity.” This process offers couples support and guidance from a lawyer trained in collaborative family law and potentially additional professionals such as financial specialists.
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Judges are like get a rest of us. There are things they like and things they don't like. When you’re trying to convince them to agree with you, it's useful to do the things they like, and avoid the things they don't. Here are seven things judges have told us they hate.
The time has arrived for the kids’ first overnight access with you. They may be excited and looking forward to it, or nervous and reluctant to go. You may be anxious about it too. Here are some tips to help you ensure the visit goes well for the kids – and for you.
It's time for the kids' first overnight with Dad. They may be excited or nervous. They may be looking forward to it or be unhappy about it. You may be apprehensive. Here are some Tips to help make the experience go better and you feel easier. They'll certainly make the visit a positive one for the kids.