Civil Separations: Part 3 – Collaborative Divorce

Rounding out our series on separating civilly, the relatively new process called collaborative divorce has firmly established itself as a viable option for couples looking to separate without the nasty contentiousness of litigation. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, collaborative divorce is a non-adversarial and private process by which couples can […]

Civil Separations: Part 1 – It Pays to Be Civil

If you and your spouse are contemplating a divorce, you probably know separation can be a financial burden.  Separating one household into two adds substantial expenses to the same income pool.  Adding legal expenses on top of increased childcare expenses and/or an additional rent/mortgage payment can make the prospect of separation a full-on financial crisis.  […]