Separation and Divorce can be devastating to you and your children. Your process for resolution does not have to contribute to the turmoil. It is your family, your finances, and your future. You have choices.

See the responses to frequently asked questions about the Collaborative Divorce and Mediation processes through the links below and the resources provided there.

Contact us for a consultation to discuss your specific questions and options for resolving your family's dispute respectfully and peacefully.

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Professional Articles

  • "Dividing the House Divided" (VBA News Journal, Vol. XXVII, Number 7, October 2001) Click Here for PDF
  • "Summary of Post-1998 Rehabilitative Alimony Cases" (VBA News Journal, Vol. XXIX, Number 7, October/November 2003; pgs 16-18) Click Here for PDF
  • "Update to Summary of Post-1998 Rehabilitative Alimony Cases and Trends (September 2003-March 1, 2005)"(VBA News Journal, Vol. XXXI, Number 2, April/May 2005, pgs 9-12 Click Here for PDF
  • "Collaborative Practice: Solving Family Disputes Outside of Court" (Virginia Lawyer, Vol. 55, Number 7, February 2007; Click Here for PDF

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