Category: different divorces

  • Guest Blog: The Benefits of Discussion in a Collaborative or Mediated Divorce

      By Scott C. Marks, Attorney, Mediator, Collaborative Professional Often, parties to a mediated or a collaborative divorce have not, for weeks, spoken directly with each other about the issues at hand.   This is because those discussions are difficult and painful and often end in impasse.  That is where a mediator or collaborative team can […]

  • My Advice for Divorce Month

    ©2022 By:  Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator, Collaborative Divorce Attorney   Divorce Month is here. If you are facing divorce, please, I urge you: stay out of the court’s adversarial system. Staying out of the adversarial system generally means using either mediation or Collaborative Divorce. Hand in hand with selecting the right approach, is selecting […]

  • Are you waiting for a hearing or trial date? Is your court date way off into the future? Well, it’s time to stop waiting and talk to each of your attorneys about arbitration.

                By Anthony C. Adamopoulos – Divorce Arbitrator, Mediator and Collaborative Attorney There is a faster way to resolve your court motion or trial issue? Arbitration is faster. What is the other way? Think about it. You are waiting for, a third person, a judge, to decide a dispute. Stop […]

  • Wait. There Are Different Ways to Get Divorced? The major divorce process choices explained: demystifying your options.

    By Ann Buscho, Ph.D.  This article was posted Feb 16, 2021 at the Psychology Today Blog: : A Better Divorce.  Dr. Buscho is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in family issues and issues related to divorce, parenting, parenting planning, and co-parenting counseling. It is reprinted here with permission of Dr. Buscho. Learn more at www.drannbuscho.com  […]

  • HOW ARE ASSETS DIVIDED IN DIVORCE MEDIATION? HOW TO SAVE TIME & MONEY DOING IT?

                                      Basic Principles of Dividing Property in Divorce Mediation                                           By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator As a mediator, […]

  • What does Collaborative Divorce Mean?

    Traditional divorce practice requires each attorney, in all interactions with clients and the opposing lawyer, to always be preparing for a divorce trial and, at the same time, always be attuned to settling the divorce. Collaborative Divorce turns traditional divorce upside down by obligating each attorney and client to have only one goal – the […]

  • COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE IN THE TIME OF PANDEMIC

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Collaborative Divorce Attorney   During this pandemic, Collaborative Divorce Attorneys and Neutrals are providing this wonderful service in a COVID sensitive way. They provide this service through a Collaborative Team, which achieves resolution quickly, safely and for less. The Team consists of each client, their respective attorneys and the neutrals. What […]

  • COVID-19-The Divorce Rate and Cutting the Cost of Divorce

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos Topsfield Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce attorney. According to the New York Times, the experience of other countries suggests the ravages of COVID-19 will lead us to more divorces. And, according to the Pew Research Center, divorce itself is contagious. For example, if you divorce, the chances become higher that your […]

  • Our Clients Say It Best

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce Attorney Recently, a couple came to me seeking my help in resolving their divorce. They were in litigation and had been “going at it” for over a year. Fortunately, with their hard work and dedication, we mediated a resolution. They showed their appreciation by writing kind […]

  • What is the Difference Between Imputed Income and Attributed Income?

    By Anthony C. Adamopoulos, Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Divorce Attorney Imputed and attributed income are distinguished in the Child Support Guidelines, 2018. Imputed income is income that is not reported on a parent’s Financial Statement but is nevertheless being received by or available to the parent.  One appellate court decision has said: A judge may […]