Archive for the ‘No Case too Complex’ Category

CDD members present in Frisco to Collaborative Divorce Professionals

Jody Johnson and Honey Sheff, both CDD members, presented on July 20th at a gathering of collaborative law professionals in Frisco.  The talk centered on effective strategies that collaborative professionals can employ when facing challenges with clients.  These problems can cover a broad spectrum–from clients who do not really want the divorce, those who want [...]

How Collaborative Law Differs from Mediation

Critics of collaborative divorce argue that the majority of cases settle before trial anyway, often at mediation, so why risk having to withdraw from the case if a settlement is not reached?  Why would any lawyer sign an agreement compelling withdrawal from representation if the case ends up in court (as the collaborative divorce process [...]

What does Advocacy Look Like for the Attorney in the Collaborative Divorce Process?

With collaborative divorce, the role of “advocate” taken on by the attorney is altogether different than the litigation model. Find out what the advocacy role looks like for the family law attorney in the Collaborative Divorce Process.

Just because it’s a Gay Divorce doesn’t mean it’s a happy one.

Whether dissolving a marriage or untangling a long-term relationship, Collaborative Divorce Dallas can help couples, gay or straight, achieve a healthier outcome. Talk to us, and we’ll help you talk to each other.

The Substance Abusing Spouse & Collaboration

Collaborative Divorce Dallas has a process that works in cases where substance abuse is an issue. It requires allowing the addict parent to feel some measure of participation. They are then more invested and more likely to be compliant with the agreements they make.

Collaborative Law and the Affair

by Carla Calabrese
Affairs are one of the leading reasons sited for divorce. And while traditional divorce attorneys often tell clients that affairs are not appropriate cases for collaboration, the opposite is actually true. (In fact, a quick poll of the attorneys on this blog roll would confirm that most of their cases involve affairs.)
Whether you’re [...]