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Give Yourself Options

David Dunkel and his ex-wife, Maureen Daly, were in court fighting over how much stock Mr. Dunkel must transfer to his ex-wife. According to the Tampa Bay Business Journal, there were three possible outcomes to this courtroom drama.

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You Can Never Go Home Again… Can You?

When my daughter left for college, I was relieved. Her last two years in high school had been excruciating. She tended to take the opposing position to anything I said, in painful contrast to the child she had been, when, among other lovely habits.

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Collaborative Life Planning

In the midst of pandemic lockdown, it feels as if the world is ending, and yet, the most stressful part of my life is scrolling through my Instagram feed. It seems as if a new celebrity break-up is announced every day. These are people I care about!

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Mission Statement

To help couples and families restructure, rather than destroy, their relationships through our legal and collaborative divorce services. We guide our clients to the best possible outcomes, both emotionally and financially, in the face of life’s most stressful experience.

Vision Statement

To change the way the world gets divorced.

Values

  • To provide high quality and affordable legal and collaborative divorce services.
  • To always embody the essence of civility, professionalism, ethics, creativity, and concern.
  • To achieve an ideal blend of practicing law and collaborative divorce, and being involved in family, community, recreational, and professional activities.

Why We Promote Collaborative Divorce

“Every time I do a collaborative case I see magic happen, and it’s kind of shocking to me that other people aren’t talking about it all the time.” Collaborative family law attorney, Joryn Jenkins of Open Palm Law, explains the magic that happens in collaborative cases that does not happen when you litigate in a courtroom.

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