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Professionals you Might Meet During your Collaborative Divorce

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

Many couples who choose collaborative divorce choose it because it can be less stressful and more satisfying than divorcing through litigation. A collaborative divorce is completed through a series of meetings between the couple, Financial and Mental Health neutrals and their respective lawyers, during which they create agreements about issues like timesharing, spousal maintenance,… Read More »

How Can I Save Money on my Divorce?

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

If you are considering filing for divorce, you have a lot to think about.  You need to find a competent lawyer that you trust to handle your case, you need to file the necessary documents with the court correctly, you need to interact with your lawyer, the court, and your spouse regarding emotionally-charged topics… Read More »

Reasons to Consider a Collaborative Divorce over Mediation

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

If you do determine that ADR is right for you, you need to decide whether you are better suited to mediation or a collaborative divorce. Both will save you money by keeping your divorce out of the courtroom. Both have their pros and cons. A few of the advantages that collaborative divorce has over… Read More »

How is Collaborative Divorce Different from Mediation?

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

If you are considering filing for divorce, consider completing the divorce process through alternative dispute resolution (ADR).  There are multiple types of ADR, each of which has unique requirements for the parties involved in the dispute.  What unites them is their common purpose: to allow individuals to avoid the stress and high cost of… Read More »

Do I Need A Collaborative Divorce Team?

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

Collaborative divorce is becoming more and more common in Florida, with many couples citing a wish to divorce much more quickly and civilly than the standard court system seems to promote. Since it is a new process, however, oftentimes there are questions to be asked before commencing the process. One of the most common… Read More »

Collaborative Divorce: Achieving your goals without hostility

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

Collaborative divorce has been increasing in popularity, and for good reason; it helps you achieve resolution in a less draining manner. While collaborative divorce can be a great help to reaching accord, both spouses still must work hard with the assistance of their lawyers. Time and Usefulness While collaborative divorce may very well be… Read More »

Two Good Reasons Why Collaborative Divorce Just Makes Sense

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

When two people decide to get divorced, there can be tension, fear, and even serious anxiety about what will happen next. Divorce lawyers in Orlando and surrounding areas are fortunate to practice in a state that has set the standard for a new way to divorce – the collaborative divorce. This process creates a… Read More »

January: the Biggest Month for Divorce. But Are the Holidays Really to Blame?

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

A few years ago, the Huffington Post reported that January was the biggest month for divorces. According to lawyers interviewed, there was a general consensus that post-holiday divorces are the high point for the year. To be sure, many divorce lawyers in Orlando may likely see a spike in marital dissolutions just after the… Read More »

Is a “Collaborative Divorce” Really Possible?

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

In reality, a collaborative divorce without fighting or litigation is completely possible for many divorcing couples. With hard work and determination, most couples can come to workable agreements without the need for extended and costly fighting in court. This does, however, require careful planning and competent legal advice from an experienced divorce lawyer. Nevertheless,… Read More »

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for Us?

By Amy E. Goodblatt |

Some people think that collaborative divorce is somewhat of an oxymoron. Perhaps you remember this term from school – something that is contradictory to its very nature, like “pretty ugly” or “seriously funny.” After all, if two people could work together collaboratively, they would not be getting divorced, right? Not exactly. Many people disagree… Read More »

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