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  • How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life
    How to Get Divorced Without Ruining Your Life

    What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is a process in which divorcing parties work though the issues of their case using a method known as “interest-based negotiation,” which enables ...

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  • What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?
    What is The Splitting Syndrome in a Divorce?

    The Splitting Syndrome in a divorce is a common problem in cases with successful people who tend to be Type-A personalities or somewhat domineering. Personality traits that make people successful in ...

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  • Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes
    Managing Conflict and Resolving Disputes

    Conflict management is key to resolving difficult disputes. Parties to a family law negotiation often become so focused on beating the other party that they lose sight of their most important goals. ...

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  • What Should You Know About Selecting an Impartial Dispute Resolution Facilitator (Mediator)?
    What Should You Know About Selecting an Impartial Dispute Resolution Facilitator (Mediator)?

    Impartial Third Parties (Mediators) in Alternative Dispute Resolution Courts may refer a pending case to what is called Alternative Dispute Resolution. A neutral and specially trained facilitator ...

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  • Bouschor Family Law Radio: Law Firm Awards
    Bouschor Family Law Radio: Law Firm Awards

    Welcome to another edition of Bouschor Family Law radio, with David Bouschor. David, today, we’re talking about a designation, or recognition, that you and your office received recently as a Best ...

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  • Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute
    Staying Out of Court During a Legal Dispute

    When most people think about a divorce or a probate case the first thing that comes to mind is that the case will go to court. They assume that a judge or jury will hear the case and render a verdict. ...

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