Not long ago we received an inquiry from a person seeking information about divorce and collaborative practice in Wisconsin. She had already contacted an attorney and while asking the attorney about her options, the response, among other things, included the statement “sure, we do collaborative.”Continue reading
Financial Literacy refers to the skills and knowledge that allow an individual to make informed and effective decisions through their understanding of finances.Continue reading
It affects all ages and all socioeconomic levels. Divorcing couples with different levels of financial literacy can present challenges throughout the divorce process.
Debra Melvin, MBA, CDFA
Separation and divorce are often stressful for parents, and learning how to adjust to new routines and traditions can be especially challenging. Further, parents commonly struggle to figure out how to share their children’s time between households; the emotions tied to many family holidays can make difficult decisions even harder.Continue reading
-Casey Holtz, PhD
Welcome to a new and improved Collaborative Divorce Wisconsin website!
The members of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. (CFLCW) developed this website and provide services to Wisconsin families. The pages here are designed to summarize how the Collaborative Process works, what makes Collaborative Divorce an effective approach, and how the professionals that make up your team are dedicated to helping you and your family.Continue reading