Collaborative Way to Divorce The Revolutionary Method That Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids-Without Going to Court

ISBN-10: 0452288355
ISBN-13: 9780452288355
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Book details

List price: $16.00
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 6/26/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.484

Stressing cooperation over confrontation and resolution over revenge, Collaborative divorce is a nationally acclaimed approach that is transforming how couples divide their assets and reinvent their post-divorce relationships, particularly when they share custody of children. Based on the concept that both spouses hire legal representation yet agree to resolve their differences without going to court, Collaborative divorce is generally less expensive and quicker than litigation, gives the couple greater control over the outcome of their divorce, and keeps children out of the controversy. Clear, compassionate, and comprehensive, The Collaborative Way to Divorceoffers a dignified, effective solution to one of lifes most difficult situations.

STUART G. WEBBfounded Collaborative Law in 1990, after becoming disillusioned with the acrimony and negativity traditionally associated with divorce. Since then, he has trained other lawyers in forty states and in Europe. RONALD D. OUSKYis an early pioneer of Collaborative law and a board member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Making the Right Decision: How Collaborative Divorce Differs from Other Approaches
The Basics: Comparing the Collaborative Process to a Traditional Divorce
Divorce Alternatives: Is the Collaborative Process Right for You?
Getting Others on Board
Getting Your Spouse to Agree to the Collaborative Process, and How to Hire an Attorney
Other Professionals You May Want on Your Divorce Team
Getting Divorced, Collaboratively
Four-Way Meetings
Addressing Specific Issues Via the Collaborative Process
Goals and Commitment: The First Steps to Success in the Collaborative Process
A Step-by-Step Guide Through the Collaborative Process
Preparing for the Four-Way Meetings
The First Collaborative Four-Way Meeting
The Middle Four-Way Meetings
Working Toward Solutions in Between the Four-Way Meetings
The Final Four-Way Meeting and Other Closing Steps
Putting the Divorce Behind You and Nurturing Your Family's Postdivorce Life
Appendices
Collaborative Law Participation Agreement
List of Common Marital Issues
Sample Letter to Spouse
Checklist of Attorney Questions
Examples of Common Goals and Interests in Divorce Cases
Guidelines for Parents During Separation and Divorce
Sample Budget
Ground Rules for the Client for the Collaborative Family Law Process
The Importance of State of Mind in Dispute Resolution: A Spiritual Approach

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