Collaborative Teams and the Collaborative Process influence spousal behavior and team dynamics through their interactions with each other. by: Susan M. Keyes, Esq. Divorce Without War,® email@example.com Years ago, I […]
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The Collaborative Process enables parties to decide how to resolve their own issues as they divorce. by: Brenda B. Shapiro, Esq. The Florida Probate and Family Law Firm, firstname.lastname@example.org Twenty-seven […]
by: Sydney A. Towne, Esq. Marks and West, P.A., email@example.com Months spent stuck at home trying to work and simultaneously homeschool can show the fault lines in a marriage. There […]
Here is a description of the Mental Health Facilitator’s role in the Collaborative Process and a list of five ideas to use them for an enhanced experience. Lana M. Stern, […]
Creating Social Media Presence On Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram: Using the Collaborative Divorce Miami name, we have established three Social Media pages to can place content and run marketing campaigns […]
The Collaborative Process models valuable listening skills that can be used by spouses to realize a marital settlement, facilitate co-parenting, and enable meaningful relationships. Rosemarie S. Roth, Esq. The Law […]