Sunday, May 27, 2007

A Better Way to Divorce

Studies show that most marriages today are re-marriages. That means that most of us will be married more than once in our lifetime. And that means that we will each go through at least one uncoupling in our lives, maybe two or three, if we are statistically normal. Since it is the norm rather than the exception, why do some people still treat an uncoupling as a failure of some sort? We do not need to regard separation and divorce as some sort of pathological event. We can resolve the legal issues that arise when we decide to go our separate ways with ease, dignity and grace using the Collaborative Process, not to mention keeping our coin in our pocket.
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