As 2011 comes to a close and just days away from a new year, all of us take stock in where we are, where we have come and where we are going. Many couples are evaluating their relationships and their marriages. These are great opportunities to examine what’s working and where improvement is needed. For some, these are difficult times where one or both spouses reminisce about the good times wishing and hoping things could be that way again. Many times it can with time and effort but there are situations where all the reflecting and reminiscing goes for naught and the marriages come to an end. For those who make this decision, there is a healthier alternative to conventional divorce – Collaborative Law.
Attached is a very informative article by attorney Jodi L. Wyman that explains the Collaborative Divorce process, discusses the pros and cons and provides a necessary overview for an non-adversarial way to dissolve the marriage. If after dreaming of the night it would it turn out right, both spouses realize it won’t, Collaborative Divorce is an opportunity to move on in a way to acknowledge the older times you’re missing, spending the hours reminiscing and it’s OK.
Please call my office to find out more about how to divorce with dignity and understanding knowing as the years roll on, you can still hear your favorite song with the memories that come along, reminiscing.
This process works, this process is for you, this is Collaborative Divorce!
In-Joy the theme appropriate song and lyrics accompaniment!