Tag Archives: Family Law

September 13, 2013

Getting Unmarried Part III: I’m off to talk with my spouse about divorce.

Categories: Divorce

My previous posts have covered: Making the decision to get divorced and searching out the various processes on how to get divorced, including collaborative divorce.  From my way of thinking, which is not necessarily how anyone else might think, the Continue reading…

June 5, 2013

Arias Trial Should Bring Domestic Violence to the Forefront

As a former prosecutor, I have been mesmerized by the testimony in the Jody Arias murder trial.  Jody Arias is accused of killing her boyfriend.  Jody Arias’ defense is that she is a victim of domestic abuse and acted in Continue reading…

May 21, 2013

Should Financial Obligations in Divorce be Determined by a Computer Program?

An important rationale for alternative dispute resolution methods, including collaborative divorce and mediation, is that parents can make better decisions for their family than can a judge who doesn’t know them.  This is true with all issues in divorce or Continue reading…