Moguly Media’s recently published bestselling book aims to educate divorcing couples on Collaborative Divorce – the contemporary alternative to traditional family court divorce. Its goal is to inform ex-spouses how to protect their children and avoid financial and emotional bankruptcy.
Litigated divorce can be traumatic, and with so many marriages ending in divorce, it’s essential to understand that there are alternatives to the courtroom. Currently, almost half of first marriages end in divorce in the United States; 67% of second and 73% of third marriages end in divorce. A new book shows how Collaborative Divorce and Divorce Mediation can help divorcing couples by allowing them to take a more central role in the divorce process and work together to separate.
In The Collaborative Divorce Advantage, co-authors Peter M. Fabish, J.D., MA, and John C. Hoelle, J.D., share how Divorce Mediation provides couples and families with a healthier transition into post-divorce life than litigated divorce, allowing divorcing couples to avoid the costly, painful litigation associated with too many divorces. Divorce mediation, they note, is a better process for ending a marriage as it helps sets kids and former partners up for a healthier life and future.
Most divorcing couples aren’t aware of the long-term emotional and financial implications their divorce may have. By divorcing consciously via Collaborative Divorce or Divorce Mediation, separating couples can work together to ensure both parties will have the resources they need to craft their separate lives. The Collaborative Divorce Advantage illustrates how these methods:
– Better protect children throughout the process;
– Provide participants with a neutral party to help regulate the process and provide important insight and expertise; and
– Allow participants to create agreements that work for them now and into the future.
Fabish and Hoelle focus on their mission to spread knowledge of alternative divorce methods to couples in need of assistance and other divorce professionals as well. “It is our souls’ work to take care of people through one of life’s biggest challenges with grace, creativity, and professionalism. In this way, we are similarly dedicated to helping other divorce attorneys structure and facilitate a process that is rewarding and truly of service to families and children,” they note.
Peter Fabish, J.D., MA, and John Hoelle, J.D., through their firm Conscious Family Law & Mediation LLC, bring collective experience of over 30 years practicing law, as well as backgrounds in clinical psychotherapy, collaborative law, and a variety of mindfulness and healing practices. They serve individuals and families in the metro Denver/Boulder, Colorado, area who desire an efficient and healthy approach to disentangling their legal marriage by providing a unique form of collaborative divorce mediation as well as legal representation. Fabish and Hoelle also help divorce professionals nationwide structure and facilitate a divorce process that is rewarding and truly of service to families and children.
For more information about John Hoelle, Peter Fabish and Conscious Family Law & Mediation, visit http://www.consciousfamilyfirm.com.
The Collaborative Divorce Advantage: Divorce Consciously to Protect Your Children and Avoid Financial and Emotional Bankruptcy (Moguly Media, LLC, $12.99, 105 pages, 6” x 9”, paperback, ISBN: 978-0692893425; $9.99, eBook) is available on Amazon.
For more information, visit http://collaborativedivorcebook.info.
Company Name: Moguly Media, LLC
Contact Person: Renee Harrison
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