Infidelity and Collaborative Divorce

This is a really great article by Kate Scharff, whom I just had the pleasure of meeting (and learning from!) at our statewide collaborative law conference. One thing I appreciate about collaborative divorce is its non-judgmental approach to helping families through a difficult life transition. Some people wrongly assume that one spouse's infidelity makes collaborative divorce not possible, but -- in my experience -- our process (unlike litigation) can provide tools to help both spouses heal and move forward in a positive way after an affair prompts the decision to divorce.

The Cheater's Guide to Divorce

There are lots of ways to end a marriage, and they all stink. No matter how tactfully it's delivered, if the message is "I don't want to be married to you anymore" it will inflict pain....

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Leigh Noffsinger