In speaking with a parent contemplating divorce, I always speak with the understanding that it is most likely the parents who best understand their children and what is best for themselves and the family. I assume parents are the best people to shepherd their children … Read More
Come to CP Cal Conference XIII!
CP Cal Conference XIII, scheduled for April 27-29, 2018 in San Mateo, California, is getting closer. Please join us at the conference for a workshop on “Divorce Mortgage Financing Strategies”, presented by Divorce Mortgage Advisors.
Divorce Mortgage Advisors
By Collaborative Practice California Board Member and Financial Specialist Beth McClelland, MBA, CDFA, CFP®
Dividing Pensions Is Not Necessarily Easy
It is wonderful to have a pension as part of the marital assets. It’s very easy to think, “OK, we will split the marital portion of the pension in half, … Read More
Registration for the 2018 CP Cal Conference XIII is NOW OPEN! For more information and to register, please go to the new conference website at: conference.cpcal.com.
We look forward to seeing you there!… Read More
Representatives of the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego (CFLGSD) appeared on Real Talk San Diego’s Facebook Live program to preview the new Divorce Talk San Diego program that is being launched in November 2017. San Diego Collaborative Practitioners Cinda Jones, CDFA, CFP, Lynn Waldman, LCSW and Frank Nageotte, … Read More
- Networking with other Collaborative practitioners
- Learn about how to get case
- Recharge your batteries
- Training with practical tips you can implement in your practice immediately
By Jann Glasser, Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Coach/Psychotherapist, and Collaborative Coach – Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County
Whether or not you’ve navigated emotional stress in your life before, you are in for a whole new experience during a divorce. Once the decision … Read More
by Jann Glasser, LSCW, LMFT
Divorce is a major life transition, at least as significant as getting married. But too often, couples spend far less time preparing for this change than they do planning their wedding reception. When they do, their energy goes toward decision about the division of property, … Read More
If you think divorce is rough on you (and it most certainly is a difficult experience), imagine coping with divorce when you are a child who lacks the emotional maturity and understanding to grasp what it happening and who is powerless to do anything about it.
Child specialists are an … Read More
by Myra Chack Fleischer, CFL-S
Fleischer & Ravreby, Carlsbad, California
Divorce among people over the age of 50 is no longer considered unusual; it’s here to stay. The “gray divorce” revolution has changed the landscape for divorce in the United States.
Now statistics are bearing witness to this trend. A … Read More