Paula March What is Divorce Coaching and How it Helps in a Collaborative Divorce Case Divorce is typically the end result of serious relationship problems. This requires clients to deal with a multitude of emotional issues, along with the legal and financial ramifications. A lot of people who go through a divorce only see it from a legal and financial standpoint, failing to address all the emotional issues. It is important, however, to ensure you take the time to address and work through all parts of the divorce — legal, financial, and emotional to help you move forward in the […]
Sometimes the starting point for the interdisciplinary professionals within our Collaborative Divorce Group (ABD) is a struggling couple where one or both of them are ambivalent about remaining together. Other times the process begins with couples that have made the decision to move their relationships toward divorce. In either of these scenarios, we are interested to assess what marriage cycle the presenting couple is in. And how their “previous marriages” evolved. Even if they were to each other. Based on my years as a couple’s therapist and a divorce coach, in most long-term relationships, spouses generally marry each other 3 […]
“Has Tracing Changed or Stayed the Same?” – In Re: Marriage of Ciprari Presented by Ron J. Anfuso When: November 1, 2019 Where: Santa Barbara Bar Association
Program: Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County – Catering Center Topic: Collaborative Law / Financial Issues By Ron J. Anfuso, CPA, ABU, CFF, CDFA, FABFA When: July 18, 2019 at 12:00 – 1:30pm
The following article explains why millennials are ideal clients for the collaborative process and how collaborative practitioners can use this info to attract millennials. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/collaboration-generation-millennials-collaborative-practice-spirito By Alison Sprito, Esq.