How a Jameson Law Manages a Virtual Divorce Case in Colorado This blog first appeared on the website for the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Read the original blog here. In the era of COVID-19, everyone is using virtual meeting software to conduct business. However, my Collaborative Divorce colleagues and I were already doing it. A Case Follows Its… more
Change is the only constant. With new ways of practicing law, we discover new efficiencies.
Remember the days when we had time before and after a meeting to prepare and process? There was no “Zoom fatigue” back then!
As a member of the IACP Diversity Committee, I’m taking steps toward antiracism, inspired by Dr. David Campt, a national expert in equity and cultural competence.
This blog first appeared on the website for the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. It’s ironic that in the era of COVID-19, everyone is clamoring to use Zoom and other virtual meeting software to conduct business, because I and my colleagues in Collaborative Divorce were already doing it. This case began in the typical in-person format in… more
While travel has halted or changed dramatically for most of us in the coronavirus era, before all of this unfolded, I was traveling a lot, and determined to find a way to balance my work demands with the adventure and exploration of travel. Much of my travel has to do with family. I have sisters… more
People divorce for all sorts of reasons…relationships evolve and change, as do the people in them.
Human kindness should be the rule for any personal interaction – even if the person turns out to not be your dream-come-true. Why isn’t this the automatic state for all of us?
research reveals that children often unconsciously learn how to have relationships based on the relationship they have with their opposite sex parent. So if a daughter has trouble talking with her dad post-divorce, this can have immense repercussions on a variety of levels.
I’ve always recoiled at the phrase “spoiling children.” If you think about it, to spoil a food, it must sit out unattended for so long that it is no longer edible. So what, then, does it truly mean to spoil a child? Everybody’s definition of spoiling is different. For some, it’s too many “things” –… more