How do I choose a Divorce Mediation Lawyer or Collaborative Divorce Lawyer?

It always surprises me how many people hire me as their divorce mediator, or collaborative divorce lawyer, simply because of what they learn from my website. Don’t get me wrong, I have a nice website. It seems to convey to people how much I enjoy my work and care about my clients. Still, I am […]

Non-Adversarial Divorce – Out of the Mouths of Babes…

Some of you may have seen this video on Facebook. If you have not, please watch it. In this short video, a six year old child explains the essence of the work that I do.  Any parents who are considering divorce should be required to hear this wise young girl explain the importance of […]

Protecting Children in Divorce

If you have children and you are beginning the divorce process, you may be concerned about the effect of your divorce on your children. There are things that you can do to protect your children through your divorce. Choose a non-adversarial divorce method Choosing a non-adversarial divorce method, like divorce mediation or collaborative divorce, will […]

Save Time & Money with a Non-Adversarial Divorce

I recently recorded a brief video about divorce mediation and collaborative divorce. In this video, I talk about why I practice non-adversarial divorce, how non-adversarial methods help divorcing couples, and why it is important to me.  To find out more about how you can divorce in a manner that maintains your dignity, preserves your assets […]

The Structure Offered by Divorce Mediation

  So many issues to consider. Getting divorced is stressful. There are so many unknowns. Where will I live? Will there be enough money for the things that are important to me? How will my children fare in the divorce process? How will I pay for health insurance? How will we afford to send the […]

Mediation to Reduce the Stress of Divorce

It is common wisdom that divorce is one of the more stressful experiences that a person will endure. Children are not immune to the effects of stress. When children hear their parents fighting, their anxieties will rise. Even without actually hearing parents fight, children often pick up on their parents’ anxieties and begin to worry […]

Vicki Discusses Mediation and Collaborative Divorce on Divorce Source Radio

Nicole Feuer and Francine Baras of Start Over Smart Divorce Advisors recently interviewed me about mediation and collaborative divorce. Click here to listen to the interview on Divorce Source Radio:

What is No-Fault Divorce?

Many couples entering divorce mediation or collaborative divorce are confused about what the term “no-fault divorce” means. All it really means is that if a state offers no-fault divorce, a couple can get divorced without a showing that one party violated the marriage contract. They can file an action to dissolve their marriage without proving […]

The Right of First Refusal

When couples with children begin divorce mediation, we generally begin with a parenting plan. The parenting plan for divorced parents includes much more than where the children will live and how and where they will spend the holidays. A much negotiated issue in divorce mediation is what’s called the right of first refusal. This refers […]

How Long will Divorce Mediation Take?

  When couples are considering divorce mediation, they often ask me how long the process will take. It is a difficult question to answer when I have just met the divorcing couple. There are many variables that drive the divorce mediation process. There is a 90-day waiting period to divorce in Connecticut In the most […]

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