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Fear in Divorce
Collaborative Divorce

Dealing With Fear In Your Divorce

Entering the divorce process can be an overwhelming and frightening experience. It often brings fear and uncertainty regarding the next stages of your life. These fears ...
QDRO and Divorce
Collaborative Divorce

3 Common (Q)DRO Mistakes To Avoid

1. Misunderstanding the type of plan being divided When drafting a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) or Domestic Relations Order (DRO), there isn’t a one-size-fits-all ...
co-parenting and divorce mediation
Family Law

Improving Co-Parenting Through The Mediation Divorce Process

Divorce or separation can be a challenging time for families and moving from a married relationship to a co-parenting relationship.   Mediation offers several advantages over ...
Domestic Relations Order
Family Law

5 Useful Facts And Information About Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (Qdro’s) In California

No. You don’t need a QDRO to divide Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) or deferred annuities. You will need a QDRO if you’re trying to divide ...
Consulting Attorney and Mediation
Collaborative Divorce

Using a Consulting Attorney in a Divorce Mediation

Mediation is a valuable process for resolving disputes, especially in family-related matters. In mediation, a neutral mediator helps the parties reach a mutually agreeable solution. ...

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