The Benefits of Divorce Mediation vs. Divorce Litigation

There are two fundamental approaches to dissolving your marriage. 


The first, most common approach is divorce litigation. This is when you and your attorney square off against your former spouse in front of a judge to determine child custody, child support, alimony, and other issues. It’s a contentious, painful process that is expensive—not only in attorney fees—but in the cost to you, your children, and your emotional stamina.

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What Is an Amicable Divorce and How Does It Work?

Is it possible to get a divorce…and still remain friends?


Not every divorce has to end up with a prolonged court battle. The good news is that most divorcing couples don’t want their lives to mirror a tawdry television show. They recognize that their marriage has come to an end, but are wise enough not to spread the hurt around, especially if they have children.

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Divorce Do’s and Don’ts

Most parents who are going through a separation and divorce are well-intentioned and want to do right by their children. However, sometimes parents don’t know what to do or say and they struggle to control their emotional reactions. 


One of my goals as a divorce attorney is to help families break the cycle of familial conflict. To that end, I participated in a project to help parents minimize the trauma of separation and divorce. 

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How to Have a Private Divorce

Your wedding is a matter of public record. So is a divorce. 


Chances are, you celebrated your marriage gleefully, with much joy. 


Most couples don’t celebrate the end of their relationship by choosing tableware. There is no divorce registry, no one throws rice as you drive away from the courthouse, divorce decree in hand. 


Her choice of words sparked media frenzy, but in the end, Gwyneth Paltrow got it right.

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