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24 Mar, 2021

Who Is Your Judge?

By | March 24th, 2021|Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Mediation Process, Separation Agreements|

A good lawyer knows the law, and a great lawyer knows their judge.  In matrimonial and family law, there are no jury trials. The judge is the audience; the one and only who needs to be persuaded. Like the rest of us, that judge is human and may get up on the wrong side of the bed on different days, making what might seem like inconsistent rulings. This can feel arbitrary to divorcing parties on the receiving end, who are already being doled generous helpings of uncertainty in the shifting landscape of their lives.  (more…)

1 Feb, 2021

The Best Revenge Is Living Well

By | February 1st, 2021|Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Finances, Divorce Mediation Process, Separation Agreements|

Recently the country has witnessed the difference between demanding justice and demanding revenge. The lens of 2020 made it clear that they are two distinct things that may overlap in places, but differ in fundamental ways. The toll wrought by the desire for revenge was far more destructive than anyone seeking justice through peaceful protests.  (more…)

5 Jan, 2021

When Your Spouse Asks You to Move Out — Breaking the Seal on the Marital Home

By | January 5th, 2021|Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Finances, Divorce Mediation Process, Separation Agreements|

As the pandemic stretches on, I’ve been doing a lot of early terminations of residential leases as part of divorces. It seems that some people who were “hanging in there” with their spouse are starting to reach the end of their rope. Perhaps these marriages would have lasted longer, but the pandemic moved up the expiration date on everything. (more…)

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