A common misconception is that a divorce will end in anger and bitterness, with the former spouses hoping never to speak to each other again. Although that may happen, it doesn’t have to be that way. Those who divorce with “respect” can move forward with their new lives without animosity. It may not be easy, but it can be done. What Does It Mean to Divorce with Respect? Divorce with … [Read more...] about What Is Divorce With Respect?
Divorcing couples almost always start at completely different places: one has been thinking about it for a long time, and one is completely caught off guard. Beth Proudfoot, LFMT, after thirty years of marriage, was shocked to her core. Given the choice, though, she decided on a Collaborative Divorce. What followed was a complete change in her life trajectory. “For weeks after … [Read more...] about Divorce with Respect Week
Divorce can be one of the most devasting and disrespectful events that someone will experience in their life. Collaborative Practice California (CPCAL) and International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) believes there is a better way that allows the couple to go through the divorce in a more dignified and respectful way. October 30 - November 5, 2021, will be Divorce with … [Read more...] about Collaborative Practice California and International Academy of Collaborative Professionals Announce Plans for Divorce with Respect Week
Divorce can be a messy process. Both sides can end up saying and/or doing things they later wish they hadn’t. To Divorce with Respect means handling your divorce in a way that “if your children were in the room”, you would not have regrets. Being your “best self” enables you to treat your spouse and yourself during the divorce that creates the fertile ground for you … [Read more...] about Divorce with Respect – What a Concept!