Collaborative Law Through Zoom

By Attorney Meegan Reis, who is a partner at the law firm of Dwyer, Donovan and Reis in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She currently practices Family Law and has been fortunate to be able to take her passion for mediation and collaboration and create a firm where that is the focus. Like so many of us, …

Divorce and Coronavirus: Should You Wait?

Perhaps you are contemplating divorce and the recent economic and health concerns have you questioning what you should do.  We simply don’t know how long the COVID-19 will cause a major shift in every aspect of our lives, including our financial security. By Kristina George, CPA, Certified Financial Planner ® and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst.®  She …

A Healthier Alternative: Collaborative Divorce

By Caren Rifkin, LICSW, Collaborative Coach When divorcing couples treat each other like adversaries in a lawsuit, the effects can be devastating to individuals and families. When a couple chooses to divorce using collaborative practice, the process is distinctly different. Working collaboratively with a professional team and coaching couples during the divorce settlement process has …

Alternative Dispute Resolution: Happily Ever After: Marrying Prenuptial Practice and Collaborative Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution: Happily Ever After: Marrying Prenuptial Practice and Collaborative Law Kimberly Weibrecht and Jessica Ecker are partners with the firm of Weibrecht & Ecker. Both focus their practices on family law and are Certified Marital Mediators and trained Collaborative Law practitioners, learn more at: https://weibrechtecker.com/ The traditional method of prenuptial drafting and negotiation is the …

The Benefits of the Collaborative Process – A Financial Perspective

The Benefits of the Collaborative Process – A Financial Perspective By Kristina George, CPA, Certified Financial Planner ® and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst.®  She currently sits on the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Collaborative Law Alliance and is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.  She has participated in collaborative practice since 2012.  Kristina has provided …

Look Forward by Looking Back

Look Forward by Looking Back By Diane Gaspar, Esq. Collaborative Attorney Diane draws on her 30 years of legal experience to identify the areas that the mediating parties should address to reach a complete and thorough final resolution.  Diane is a certified family law mediator through the New Hampshire Family Law Mediation Board.  In addition …

Why Choose a Collaborative Divorce – Coach’s Perspective

Why Choose a Collaborative Divorce – Coach Perspective By Caren Rifkin, LICSW, Collaborative Coach  When divorcing couples treat each other like adversaries in a lawsuit, the effects can be devastating to individuals and families. When a couple chooses to divorce using collaborative practice, the process is distinctly different. Working collaboratively with a professional team and …