Tag Archives: Collaborative Law
Check out this podcast interview on Impact Makers Radio, in which I get to chat with the host about the advantages of a Collaborative approach to divorce, particularly in terms of impact on the children involved, and what kinds of questions to ask when choosing a collaborative divorce attorney in North Carolina.
Perhaps the most crucial part of being a good builder or craftsman is identifying the right tool for a given job, and then knowing how to use it effectively to accomplish the intended purpose. Not every piece of wood needs to be nailed, and not every screw needs the same amount of torque. And very […]
Which do you love most about business disputes: the (A) stress, (B) cost, or (C) resulting enmity between folks who once liked & trusted one another?
I suspect most of us would answer (D) NONE OF THE ABOVE. And that even goes for many of us who practice civil litigation for a living. I don’t know about you other folks who consider yourselves trial lawyers and litigators, but I am quite confident that I have never had a client approach me […]