Liz Brown started out as a family law attorney / litigator. She witnessed the success rate of the collaborative process via her law partner, Michele Lowenstein. So in her 11th year with the firm, she pursued extensive collaborative training just as Michele had done. Liz has been able to provide even more innovative solutions for her clients since… Read More
Going through the emotional aspect of divorce can be difficult. With the help of a collaborative team you will be able to go through your divorce in a peaceful, respectful manner.
To learn more about a collaborative divorce and to find out if it’s the right option for you, join us August 3 for our monthly Divorce Options Workshop.
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Married couples have been sorted into 5 basic types according to the way they interact.
The types were identified by Harold Raush, author of Communication, Conflict and Marriage, and John Gottman, PhD of the Gottman Institute and the well-known “Love Lab.”
Here are the 5 types of married couples as indicated by Raush and Gottman:
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When you come to a place with your spouse where love no longer exists, it’s time to begin considering dissolving your relationship.
Here are some questions we like to ask our clients when we first meet with them:
Do you feel like all the love, care and affection your spouse showed in the past is now completely gone?
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While your marriage may not have worked out, you have choices about how you divorce. While divorce can be extremely stressful, emotionally difficult and a life changer, there are ways to get through it with your dignity intact, even with your family intact.
Most people probably do not think of divorce in terms of being a ‘success’ and may wonder,… Read More
Collaborative Divorce is a client driven, family centered way to get divorced. It is a team approach with each party having a lawyer as well as other team members to support the family through the process. However, in the collaborative divorce, the lawyers work together to keep the clients out of court and to help them reach unique solutions that… Read More
By Shawn Weber, Attorney, Brave Weber & Mack
In any family law case, a person’s relationship with his attorney is crucial. I tell my clients that as their attorney I have “got their back” when they walk into the courtroom or a negotiation situation. It is not smart to try to litigate without an attorney, at least one on call,… Read More