If you’ve ever considered separation or divorce, you’ve probably heard a lot of opinions about it and perhaps some negative experiences. The process of litigation certainly has a stigma and stereotype surrounding it; however, there are plenty of misunderstandings about divorce as well. I’m a divorce mediation and collaborative family law attorney who is passionate about helping spouses divorce in a non-adversarial manner.
Who runs the world?
Well, if you ask Beyoncé, the answer is girls.
Okay, I know… that’s not exactly how you imagined someone would start a blog about divorce, but here we are. This leads me to the topic of something I’ve been answering a lot of questions about lately: What should a woman know about divorce if she owns a business?
Every January, millions of Americans make New Year’s resolutions as they aim to better themselves over the subsequent 12 months. After my own divorce, which was complicated, unhealthy, and tumultuous, my New Year’s resolution was to provide divorcing couples a healthier way to divorce. In January 2011, ROAD to RESOLUTION: Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Family Law was founded. I love the idea of New Year’s resolutions; however, I’m here to share perspective about another type of resolution: Alternative dispute resolution.