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Stronger, Smarter, and More Resilient: Admirable Lessons about Divorce from MindBodyGreen

By Larry Hance | November 18, 2014

I’ve become a fan of the website MindBodyGreen ever since my wife let me know about it. The website – which also sends out regular…

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When People Use Divorce to Hurt Each Other

By Larry Hance | November 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…

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Forgiveness: A Step Toward Settlement

By Larry Hance | November 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…

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Steps You Can Take to Better Prepare Yourself for Divorce

By Larry Hance | October 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…

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Arguing Over the Orange

By Larry Hance | October 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…

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What is a “good” lawyer?

By Larry Hance | March 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?…

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T. Boone Pickens Presentation

By Larry Hance | March 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…

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Why aren’t those lawyers going to court?

By Larry Hance | March 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…

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