Review of "The Integrated Divorce "Navigating the Legal, Financial and Emotional Process."
A participant review included "Truly empowering and passionately presented by each professional. Printed useful insights about the new interim laws and bottled water were both on the table. Cheryl was inspiring and shared her favorite "centering technique" with us. A very generous Q & A session, comprehensive of many different types of cases. I am very happy that I attended." M. C.
The differences and advantages of litigation, collaborative law and meditation were presented by 2 attorneys. Mediation and collaborative law are best used when couples can be amicable and discuss solutions. Both those approaches have a different orientation than litigation. NY finally joined the nation in having no-fault divorce which many couples are now taking advantage of. Information on financial issues during divorce ranged from points to consider if one spouse owns a business to professional licenses to inheritances.
I discussed the role of emotions and how they affect decision making and the legal process. For example, if one spouse feels angry, betrayed or vengeful, then they may stall negotiations. refuse to compromise on an issue, or attempt to alienate the children. In the end, this works against their own best interests; costing extra time, money and it drains their energy. In addition, children may suffer. If one spouse feel guilty, they may tend to give away too much in the settlement. There are many ways that I work with clients to effectively and healthily work through anger and other emotions (fear, grief, frustration, guilt etc) so that clients can stay more emotionally balanced and move forward in the divorcing process.
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