Prenup and Postnup Basics: What Should Your Agreement Include?
First, let’s get the terminology straight. Prenuptial Agreements (“Prenups”) refer to written agreements signed before a couple gets married. Postnuptial Agreements (“Postnups”) are executed after a couple gets married and are only appropriate if there’s no divorce on the horizon. In Colorado, both types of agreements are considered “Marital Agreements” and are governed by Colorado…Read More
3 Reasons to Choose Collaborative Divorce
With so many options for transitioning your relationship from “married” to “not,” it’s hard to know which path is best for you and your family. Here are three reasons why Collaborative Divorce may be a good choice for you Non-Adversarial Collaborative Divorce seeks to minimize conflict and maximize the chance of coming up with the…Read More
Collaborative Divorce Team? What in the World Is That?
Clients often ask me to explain what a Collaborative Divorce Team is. People aren’t used to thinking of the divorce process as including a “team” of any kind, because many folks expect divorce to be a battle…where people work against each other instead of with each other. Don’t get me wrong: Collaborative Divorces still involve…Read More
Take Control of Your Divorce: Mediate!
Divorce can be a frightening and destabilizing experience, but it can also be a chance to empower yourself and be an active participant in the way your life is transforming. In a divorce mediation, you and your partner each have a chance to express your goals and needs, and the mediator helps you explore options…Read More
NBC: Collaborative divorce can reduce emotional trauma
NBC recently posted an article describing the Collaborative divorce process and how it can help couples reduce emotional trauma as they transition away from being together and towards being apart. Check it out: http://www.cnbc.com/id/101602760Read More