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Author: Larry Hance

When People Use Divorce to Hurt Each Other

Nov 12, 2014
In an ideal world, couples would come into a divorce ready to negotiate, willing to settle differences in a way that benefit each of them and their children. Unfortunately, we...

Forgiveness: A Step Toward Settlement

Nov 7, 2014
Oftentimes in divorce, one or both spouses feel wronged by the other spouse, and that can result in powerful emotions that get in the way of settling a divorce. When...

Steps You Can Take to Better Prepare Yourself for Divorce

Oct 31, 2014
One of the hardest things about divorce, regardless of whether you initiate it, your spouse initiates it, or you come to the decision mutually, is making the shift from “we”...

Arguing Over the Orange

Oct 29, 2014
Whenever I start working with a new divorce client – be it for litigation, mediation, or a collaborative divorce, I make sure that we’re both clear on what the client...

What is a “good” lawyer?

Mar 13, 2014
When you are seeking a divorce, obviously you want to hire a “good” lawyer. But this is where it gets complicated–what is a “good” lawyer? The Merriam-Webster dictionary definition of...

T. Boone Pickens Presentation

Mar 25, 2013
One of the highlights at a Collaborative Law Conference recently held in Dallas was a presentation by T. Boone Pickens. Following his talk with the group, he gave an entertaining...

Why aren’t those lawyers going to court?

Mar 2, 2011
A number of lawyers across the United States have begun handling divorces through a process called Collaborative Law. In Collaborative Law, both clients retain separate lawyers whose only job is...
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