Written by Eric S. Steiner, Esquire. Bankruptcy and divorce combine two complex legal proceedings, and divorces contribute to 24.4% of bankruptcies filed nationwide. The Collaborative Practice process can be used to assist both spouses to structure a divorce in anticipation of one or both spouses filing for bankruptcy. 1. Bankruptcy and Divorce – The Differences […]
Written by Joseph Shagena. Having a mortgage broker who understands the Collaborative Law process is beneficial when it comes time to engage in a discussion regarding marital real property. Often both spouses wish to retain the same piece of real property (typically their family home). Before engaging in a discussion of which spouse keeps real […]
Why Should I Consider Using Collaborative Practice for My Divorce Rather Than Mediation or Litigation?
Written by Cynthia A. Batchelder. Choosing Collaborative Practice is the best way to avoid the costly battle that can occur in Court litigation, and the destructive emotional cost which can come with it. Collaborative Divorce can still be done in situations where the conflict is heightened, communication has broken down, and feelings or anger or […]