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    The Collaborative Divorce: All the rage: Divorce Parties!

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    On this edition of The Collaborative Divorce, attorney Neil Cahn, PLLC, explores the rise of "Divorce Parties".
     
    What? Is divorce now an occasion to celebrate? The answer may be YES if you chose the Collaborative Divorce method, which gives both parties something to smile [instead of yell] about. Listen in for Mr. Cahn's insights.
     
    A Yale College and Hofstra University Law School graduate who has practiced law on Long Island for 36 years, Mr. Cahn is certified in the Collaborative Divorce process by the International Association of Collaborative Professionals. His practice is concentrated in divorce and other family law matters. He is also a charter member of Collaborative Dispute Resolutions, a NY interdisciplinary professional group that promotes settlement of conflicts using the Collaborative process. 
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes. The collaborative method is open and non-adversarial, without litigation or a judge, with the goal of a mutually agreeable outcome. Speakers are members of Collaborative Dispute Resolutions on Long Island, NY.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue. www.jcrevue.com

  • 00:31

    The Collaborative Divorce: Divorce "Hot Topics" in the News

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    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, for a mutually agreeable outcome.
     
    Today's guest speaker: Neil Cahn, Esq. A graduate of Yale College and a Law Review graduate of the Hofstra University School of Law, Mr. Cahn is a revision author of New York Civil Practice, Matrimonial Actions. He has written and lectured for various bar associations and professional organizations, and other lay groups. He is a member of the Family Law Committees of the American, State, and County Bar Associations; the Dispute Resolution subcommittee of the State Bar Association, and the Commercial Litigation Committee of the Nassau County Bar Association.
     
    Speakers are members of Collaborative Dispute Resolutions on Long Island, NY. www.CDRLI.com.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue. www.jcrevue.com

  • 00:31

    The Collaborative Divorce: Divorce-Induced Crazy Feelings

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    Neil S. Grossman, Ph.D. discusses recovery from divorce-induced crazy feelings. "It has been said that divorce makes sane people act crazy. This is because the dynamics or pressures of a divorce push normal emotions to the extreme. A divorce is expected to create feelings of separation and loss in people."
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, for a mutually agreeable outcome.
     
    Speakers are members of Collaborative Dispute Resolutions on Long Island, NY. www.CDRLI.com. '
     
    Dr. Grossman is a family specialist board-certified in Family Psychology, ABPP and trained in divorce mediation and collaborative law. He is a founding member and former co-chair of the Parenting Coordinator Association of New York.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue. www.jcrevue.com

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    The Collaborative Divorce: New Divorce Settlement Trends

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    Today attorney Latonia Early-Hubelbank, Esq., talks about a developing trend over the past year in the courts. If a business was acquired during a marriage, the non-business spouse may expect part of the business value to be part of their divorce settlement. Now this is changing and their contributions to that business might no longer be recognized. Listen to learn more.
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, for a mutually agreeable outcome.
     
    Speakers are members of Collaborative Dispute Resolutions on Long Island, NY. www.CDRLI.com.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue. www.jcrevue.com

  • 00:29

    The Value of Collaborative Divorce

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    Noted Collaborative Law Attorney, Frances M. Merritt will discuss Collaborative Law and Divorce. In her 26-year career as family law attorney, she has journeyed from a tenacious litigator to the driving force behind collaborative law in Mercer County, NJ. As President of the Mid-Jersey Collaborative Law Alliance, she will share thoughts on the collaborative divorce process and it’s value in today’s modern family.

  • 00:31

    The Collaborative Divorce: How To Control Your Divorce Costs

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    According to matrimonial and family law attorney James P. Joseph, "The costs of divorce are not just financial, which can be significant. There are also psychological costs to you and your spouse, and, most importantly, to your children."
     
    Hear anecdotes about how a dispute over an ice cream cone almost cost $1000 in attorney fees. And how the price soared when a wife argued for the right to move out of state with her children – but had no intention of doing so!
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, for a mutually agreeable outcome.
     
    Speakers are members of Collaborative Dispute Resolutions on Long Island, NY. www.CDRLI.com.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue. www.jcrevue.com

  • 00:30

    Children and the Collaborative Divorce

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    Dr. Erin von Zuben will discuss the global impact of divorce on children and how the Collaborative Divorce can help reduce the negative effects of a traditional divorce on children.

    Erin von Zuben is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist who received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame, and earned a Master of Science in Education degree in Psychological Services, as well as her Ph.D. in School, Community, and Clinical Child Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.

    Dr. von Zuben has an extensive background in psychometrics and assessment, and has served as a research consultant with the Educational Testing Service in Princeton, NJ and The Consortium for Policy Research in Education at the University of Pennsylvania on issues related to school evaluation, improving student achievement, and teacher professional development.

    Dr. von Zuben has over 10 years of experience providing psycho-educational and psychological assessments for individuals in prekindergarten through high school, advocating for students with special needs, consulting with families and schools, and providing individual, family, and group counseling.

    Dr. von Zuben has expertise in autism spectrum disorders, learning and emotional needs, attention deficit issues, and other behavioral problems.

    Dr. von Zuben is available to provide educational advocacy services to children and their families. She is able to consult with and guide parents through the process of obtaining services through their local school Child Study Team to ensure appropriate placement and services for each child’s emotional and educational needs.

    Dr. von Zuben serves as a member of the Bucks County Collaborative Law Group, where she serves as a child specialist and coach for individuals navigating through separation and divorce.

  • 00:31

    The Collaborative Divorce: The Grey Divorce - Later in Life

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    Harriette M. Steinberg, Esq. says, "Baby Boomers are ending their marriages later in life than other age groups, according to The Association of Divorce Financial Planning (ADFP). For proof, we need only look to D.C., Hollywood and New York for a bevy of boomers whose marriages hit the rocks decades after their hopeful 'I do’s'. These include Former US Vice President Al Gore and wife Tipper, and former New York City mayor and first lady Rudy Giuliani and Donna Hanover."
     
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, for a mutually agreeable outcome.
     
    In addition to her private law practice, Harriette M. Steinberg is an active member of the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue. www.jcrevue.com

  • 00:31

    The Collaborative Divorce: Design Your Own Divorce

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    According to  attorney Harriette M. Steinberg, "You can literally design your own divorce today, just like the world’s best-known celebrities do. Yes! Beyond selecting high-profile attorneys, the stars can time the day and place of their announcement, decide which favored tabloids win the scoop, and more – all orchestrated for the most lucrative impact on their star power."
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, for a mutually agreeable outcome.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue.

  • 00:31

    The Collaborative Divorce: After The Romance Is Over

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    According to Neil S. Grossman, Ph.D., ABPP, "When couples falls in love and marry, they expect it to be forever. However, far too many marriages end in divorce and children become collateral damage in a divorce war. But, although divorce causes stress and prompts painful emotions, it does not have to mean the end of the family."
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features the legal, financial and mental health professionals at Collaborative Dispute Resolutions, who are trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge. The goal: a mutually agreeable outcome.
     
    Dr. Grossman is a family specialist board-certified in Family Psychology, ABPP and trained in divorce mediation and collaborative law. He helped bring the first parenting coordination program to New York State and is a founding member and former co-chair of the Parenting Coordinator Association of New York
     
    Music by Jill "J.C." Wasserman – www.JCrevue.com

  • 00:31

    The Collaborative Divorce: Helping Children Survive Divorce

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    According to Neil Grossman, Ph.D., "Most parents are concerned about how a divorce will affect their children. Current research indicates that the end of a marital relationship creates stress in families – from the parents' own stress and reduced parenting capacity to impending family relocation and potential economic instability. The good news is that most of these only impact the children temporarily."
     
    The Collaborative Divorce Show features legal, financial and mental health professionals trained to help couples and families resolve disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner, without litigation or a judge, for a mutually agreeable outcome. 
     
    In addition to his private practice as a family therapist, Dr. Grossman is trained in divorce mediation and collaborative divorce. He helped bring the first parenting coordination program to NY State, and is a founding member and former co-chair of the Parenting Coordinator Association of New York. He has presented workshops locally and nationally, and written articles for the professional literature.
     
    Music by J.C. Revue. www.jcrevue.com

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