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Is Collaborative Divorce right for you? Learn about this proven alternative to litigated divorce from NY-based legal, mental health and financial professionals who specialize in the collaborative approach to dispute resolution.

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Mental health professional Harry Grabarz, Ph.D. discusses how different divorce methods determine the impact of divorce on the children. Dr. Grabarz explains, "The need to 'protect your children' will depend on the divorce process you... more

On this edition of The Collaborative Divorce, attorney Harriette M. Steinberg, PC, discusses the "new divorce reality" – divorced families are running out of money. As a consequence, lifestyles are being downgraded and future choices... more

Psychologist Neil S. Grossman, Ph.D., ABPP, explores what interferes with family divorce recovery and how seemingly practical disputes between divorced parents can have a deeper context under the surface: emotions, power... more

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... more

On this edition of The Collaborative Divorce, psychologist Neil S. Grossman, Ph.D., ABPP, explores recent news of a widower Dad who killed his kids and himself after the court gave child custody to his late wife's parents. Dr.... more

According to attorney Teresa Ombres, "In a collaborative divorce, each lawyer shows respect to – and gains the trust of – the other spouse. You can almost see everyone's shoulders relax. The air in the room... more

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... more

Neil S. Grossman, Ph.D., ABPP returns to continue the topic of how to maintain marital health. The 4 reasons why marriages fail: Criticism [attacks on spouse's worth], Contempt [trying to insult or degrade a spouse], Defensiveness [inability... more

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... more

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