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A Proposal to Amend the Constitution of the American Bar Association

by Kevin Scudder August 23, 2013

  Despite its institutional stance against the Uniform Collaborative Law Act I remain a member of the American Bar Association. I do so because the ABA is a strong voice for Pro Bono legal services and, as reflected in David L. Hudson’s article in the June 20...  READ THE FULL POST

Unbundling CP

by Kevin Scudder August 22, 2013

In the June 2012 issue of the ABA Law Journal David L. Hudson Jr. wrote: One of the most urgent challenges facing the U.S. justice system is finding ways to increase public access to affordable legal services, but growing numbers of people aren’t waiting for the legal ...  READ THE FULL POST

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Reflections on Collaborative Connections

by Sue Hansen August 22, 2013

I am inspired to write by the upcoming Forum as well as Talia’s videos of her meetings in Collaborative communities across Europe.    After a dozen years of attending IACP Forums and various conferences around the world, in addition to innumerable board and ...  READ THE FULL POST

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When Fairness Leads to Impasse

by Mark Weiss August 22, 2013

Recently, I worked on a case where the couple suspended the Collaborative process so they could work on their divorce on their own. The Wife Was Being Fair My client, the wife, asked that she experience no financial repercussions due to the divorce. After all, it was only &l...  READ THE FULL POST

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Be-Fulfilled | We've saved your place!

We've saved your place!

by Colleen Zubrycki October 29, 2015

Have you had a Collaborative "ah-ha" moment?

We're holding open this spot for conversations you want to initiate.

Go ahead - post away - we're eager to see where this takes us!

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phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
10/28/2016 12:34:52 PM #

Once the collaborative divorce has been completed, the divorce finalized then one party initiates a Supplemental petition to extend alimony and increase child support, is the new action even though file din the old divorce case # "related to a collaborative proceeding" precluding participation/representation of the former spouse in the Supplemental petition?

View my profile on www.collaborativepractice.com

phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
10/28/2016 12:35:18 PM #

Once the collaborative divorce has been completed, the divorce finalized then one party initiates a Supplemental petition to extend alimony and increase child support, is the new action even though file din the old divorce case # "related to a collaborative proceeding" precluding participation/representation of the former spouse in the Supplemental petition?

View my profile on www.collaborativepractice.com

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