Collaborative Divorce

Breathe

First published on the My Collaborative Team blog on May 1st, 2020 Breathe Trust me, you can’t escape it. By it, I mean . . . well, you know . . . it. Coronavirus! In the past two months, I’ve grown to accept that media, all over the world, is focused on it. After pouring …

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Quarantine Guilt

Quarantine Guilt The other day, I found myself with a bit of “downtime” during quarantine. My baby was actually napping. My five-year old had been sucked into some screen time (non-educational, of course). My husband was involved with a conference call. What to do with this magical moment? Work, of course. So I fired up …

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Eight Self-Improvement Activities For Quarantine

Eight Self-Improvement Activities For Quarantine People ask how I’m coping with being “quarantined.” And I’m not sick, so, of course, “I’m great! And grateful for that.” But I can’t help also exuberantly sharing all of the postponed projects I’ve finally accomplished, amazing missions I’ve finally undertaken, delayed chores I’ve completed, and longstanding plans I’ve finally …

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Exercising Supervised Timesharing During Quarantine

Exercising Supervised Timesharing During Quarantine Supervised visits are a reality for some families involved in custody disputes, dependency actions, and divorces, as a parent works hard to get back on his feet, to protect a fragile parent/child relationship, and/or to prove his suitability to parent. For families like these, regular supervised visits are essential to …

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