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Are you making any financial mistakes in your divorce? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, October 3

List of bills and calculator.
When going through a divorce there are financial mistakes that can be made.  Learning how to manage your finances during and after your divorce can help tremendously. Join us on October 3 to understand the financial steps you need to take when you divorce. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

What is Collaborative Trusts and Estate Practice?

Estate planning papers on table.
By Kamela Love, Esq. Collaborative Practice was an automatic fit for me.  While lawyers get trained to think adversarially in law school, I found that approach is counter to how I think and to how I am.  When I heard about Collaborative Practice, I knew it was a perfect fit for me. Collaborative divorce is a much more respectful and… Read More

How Can Divorce Affect Your Business? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, September 12

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When you divorce it can impact many different parts of your life.  But, do you know how it can impact your business? Join us on September 12 to learn about how your divorce will impact your business and what steps you need to take. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

Child Custody and Moving During a Collaborative Divorce

Divorce court proceedings have been put in a queue in many counties in California with no clear definition of when in-person courtroom appearances will happen again. Many court proceedings are being conducted on video platforms. With hearings not being scheduled for months. But, if you utilize the collaborative divorce process, you do not have to wait for the courts to… Read More

Should You Use Social Media During a Divorce

Ladies hands doing social media on cell phone.
Today, with the extensive use of smartphones and social media, we want to “share” with our virtual friends and family how we live out our lives – the “good” and the “bad” through our social media status updates, tweets and pics. The goal of the collaborative divorce process is to find a way to work with your spouse in a… Read More

Will the Coronavirus Affect Your Divorce? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, July 11

COVID19 in front of world globe.
Going through a divorce is hard enough but when you add a pandemic it can make it extremely difficult.  Though the pandemic has stopped many things, there are ways that you can continue with your divorce. Join us on July 11 to learn how you can continue with your divorce during a pandemic. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP… Read More

Tips on How to Deal with the Stress of Divorce

Family on beach holding hands watching sunset.
A divorce is often a life-altering experience for all involved. The scars that come from a separation can last a lifetime and even flow into the next generation.  Add in COVID-19, the protests, and the stress can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, the court system tends to exacerbate the animosity between the parties involved. It fosters a you against me mentality. If… Read More

Shawn Skillin Elected Vice President of Collaborative Practice San Diego – Website for Collaborative Professionals

Shawn D Skillin Keynote Speaker and President Elect of Collaborative Practice San Diego Spoke on Conflict Resolution in High Stress Situations. Excerpt:San Diego, CA — (SBWIRE) — 06/04/2020 — San Diego family law attorney Shawn Skillin was recently elected vice president of the Collaborative Practice California, a state association of people involved in the divorce process. Read the full press… Read More