by Dr. Debra Dupree, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Relationships That Matter
You’ve made the decision to divorce. It’s been agonizing but a decision that had to be made. Now, what about the children? Never in your wildest dreams did you expect to bring children into the world so they could live in two different households. Where do you begin?… Read More
Both groups share commitment to children navigating family separations
Contact: Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR / 619-997-2495 or email@example.com
(SAN DIEGO) – More than 30 years of research continues to reveal negative effects of traditional divorce on children. Many of the 1.5 million children in the U.S. whose parents divorce every year feel as if their worlds are falling apart. Divorcing… Read More
by Meredith G. Lewis, CLS-F, CDFA
In most Collaborative Divorce cases, the parties and professional team members reside and work in the same city, and are able to have in person meetings throughout the process. What if a situation arises when one of the parties, or even one of the chosen professional team members, lives in another city, state or… Read More
by Lynn Waldman, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MSW
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 and finances intact, even with your family intact.
Most people probably do not think of… Read More
Working with a Child Specialist through the Collaborative Divorce process can help your children move forward without lasting emotional damage.
by Frann Setzer, Esq.
MBA/Certified Family Law Specialist
Lewis, Warren & Setzer, LLP
The holidays can be a stressful time of the year, but for those going through separation or divorce that stress can be magnified. This is especially applicable… Read More