As we hit the home stretch for 2011 entering in the last quarter, we have many holidays to look forward to: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas followed by the start of a new year. There are many families in the midst of divorce that are challenged to keep a sense of normalcy during these typically festive holidays. There also many many two household families who cope with the post-divorce aftermath during these times. There has to be a better way.
I have attached a great article by Brian H. Jensen who is the Executive Director of Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin Inc. His discussion of Collaborative Law highlights a better way by explaining how families are front and center in resolving divorce disputes. By focusing on the concept of a family forever despite divorce in the collaborative process, issues such as co-parenting during the holidays are discussed and agreed to by the parents. The Collaborative process ensures if the marriage suddenly ended tomorrow, you could somehow adjust to the fall. When the divorce is final, you can’t look back for too long. There’s just too much to see, waiting in front of me. And I know that I just can’t go wrong. With these changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes. Nothing remains quite the same.
This process works, this process is for you, this is Collaborative Divorce!
In-Joy the theme appropriate song and lyrics accompaniment!