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Collaborative Divorce Is An Alternative To An Adversarial Divorce Process

April 29, 2020

Collaborative divorce is a unique alternative to the traditional adversarial divorce process. It is designed to provide maximum support and resources for you and your spouse in reaching a mutually…

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Collaborative Practice Kansas City – Leading Collaborative Divorce Practice in Kansas City

March 6, 2020

Welcome all who visit our website! Collaborative Practice Kansas City hopes you find us to be informative, entertaining, and useful. You have many choices when surfing online for a collaborative…

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Divorce and Money

February 10, 2020

Tackling the Big Issues:  Divorce and Money It doesn’t matter whether you and your spouse are worth $50,000 or $50 million, deciding what to do about the assets and debts…

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Taking Control of Your Divorce

April 21, 2014

The following is a list of the top ten strategies for helping you maintain control in your divorce: Decide what is most important to you and your family in your…

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Books on Divorce

April 21, 2014

Books about Divorce and Co-Parenting: Boyan, Susan Blyth and Termini, Ann Marie; Cooperative Parenting and Divorce; Active Parenting Publishers; 1999. Brumley, Janet P. and Fairchild, Lori; Divorce Without Disaster: Collaborative…

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Divorce and Children

April 21, 2014

Many factors that determine a child’s adjustment to divorce are beyond your control, but are important nonetheless. For instance, research has shown that children under the age of five initially…

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Coping with Divorce

April 21, 2014

Now is the time to take care of yourself. The emotional stress of divorce can manifest itself in any number of ways. One person might be more susceptible to illness…

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Maintaining Privacy in Your Divorce

April 21, 2014

Divorce can be a public affair. Information in a traditional, litigated divorce is often part of the public record. Multiple motions (some with affidavits alleging bad behavior attached), pleadings, lists…

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Life After Divorce

April 21, 2014

As with any loss, you will go through stages of grief, ideally arriving at a state of acceptance. Not only does this afford you the peace and contentment you so…

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