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Planning Your Divorce

One of the core tenets of my practice is that people need to be very thoughtful and very intentional about how they are going to go through the divorce process. If they don’t want a big nasty fight, then they need to take the steps necessary to avoid a big nasty fight. If they want to fight, so be it; that can be a valid choice. But that needs to be an intentional choice, not something you fall in to.

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The Difference Between Collaborative Law and Mediation

Clients commonly express some confusion as to whether Collaborative Law and Mediation are the same and how they differ. Founding member Kerry Burleigh explains what you can expect from each of these distinct alternative dispute resolution processes here: https://springfieldcollaborativedivorce.com/how-is-collaborative-divorce-different-than-mediation/

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Handling the Holidays During Your Divorce

Founding member Ashley-Nicole Russell provides some great tips on how to help your family have the best holiday season possible, even in the midst of a divorce. https://anrlaw.com/blog/supporting-family-structures/

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Divorcing Without Losing Your Communities

Founding member Randolph (Tré) Morgan III discusses the best ways to prevent your conflict from spilling over to your communities in divorce, from church families to social networks, to professional networks. https://tremorgan.com/divorcing-without-losing-your-communities/

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Radical Acceptance Key to Divorce Health

In our first post, Founding Member Randolph (Tré) Morgan III explains how accepting the realities of divorce reduces the strain of the divorce process: http://tremorgan.com/radical-acceptance-a-key-to-getting-through-your-divorce/

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