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Articles on Divorce

A Marital Negotiation Process

Adapted from an article by John Fiske

Step #1: Ask yourself, “What do I want?”

This beginning is by far the most difficult part of negotiating, for many people. “How can I possibly know what I want when I have never looked out... Read More

Anger and Divorce

According to Charles Spielberger, PhD, a psychologist specializing in the study of anger, “Anger is an emotional state that varies in intensity from mild irritation to intense fury and rage.”

Anger can be triggered by external or internal... Read More

Divorce Options: What Are My Options to Ending My Marriage?

By Attorney Angela I. Green, Esq

Most people think there are only 2 ways to get a divorce: mediation or litigation. There are actually several divorce options in Connecticut.  Here is a summary of some of the methods to ending a marriage... Read More

How to Tell Children About Divorce

By Angela I. Green, Esq.

One of the first and most important questions many of my divorce mediation and collaborative divorce clients ask is, “How do we tell the children about our divorce?”  The answer to this most important question is... Read More

How to Win: Why Litigation May Not Be the Best Choice

by Laurie Israel, Esq.

Most of the work of a lawyer is to help a client achieve his or her goals in the most sensible and effective way, and at the least cost – financial and otherwise. We attorneys are trained as problem-solvers. In... Read More

Should You Keep the House in a Divorce

This article was reported by Amy Crane for Bankrate.com.

The comfort of your longtime surroundings is tempting, but consider how you’ll pay a mortgage by yourself or how you’ll buy out your spouse. Here’s where to start.

When you’... Read More