Collaborative Divorce Books
I recently wrote a blog post for the new website of the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals on books about collaborative divorce books. There are a lot of great books out there, including books geared towards people going through or thinking about divorce. Below are the books I discussed:
Stuart G. Webb & Ronald D. Ousky, The Collaborative Way to Divorce: The Revolutionary Method That Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids – Without Going to Court (Plume 2007).
Joryn Jenkins, War or Peace: Avoid the Destruction of Divorce Court (Open Palm Press 2014).
Pauline H. Tesler & Peggy Thompson, Collaborative Divorce: The Revolutionary New Way to Restructure Your Family, Resolve Legal Issues, and Move on with Your Life (Regan Books 2006).
Jeremy S. Gaies & James B. Morris, Jr., Mindful Co-Parenting: A Child-Friendly Path through Divorce (Create Space Independent Publishing 2014).
Nancy J. Cameron, Collaborative Practice: Deepening the Dialogue (Nancy J. Cameron 2011).
Forrest S. Mosten, Collaborative Divorce Handbook: Helping Families Without Going to Court (Jossey-Bass 2009).
If you have questions about how collaborative divorce can help your family, schedule a consultation with Family Diplomacy: A Collaborative Law Firm at (813)443-0615 or fill out our contact form.
Attorney Adam B. Cordover practices exclusively in out-of-court dispute resolution with a focus on collaborative divorce and family law, mediation, direct negotiations, and unbundled legal services. Adam is a co-author of an upcoming American Bar Association title on Building a Collaborative Law Practice.
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