The Collaborative Circle
The Collaborative Circle is a series of conversations about various topics related to divorce and how the Collaborative process can benefit families.
Check out our videos below!
For the tenth edition of the "Collaborative Circle," hear from one of LICDP's Divorce Mediators and Collaborative Attorneys, Pamela Pollack, as she gives her expert opinion on having "The Divorce Talk" with your children.
For the ninth edition of the "Collaborative Circle," hear from LICDP's Founder and Attorney as she reviews the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Collaborative with our moderator!
For the eighth edition of the "Collaborative Circle," hear from LICDP's only Attorney and Licensed Clinical Social Worker as she discusses how her legal and mental health experiences work together to help her guide couples through the Collaborative process.
For the seventh edition of the "Collaborative Circle," one of our Attorneys discusses
co-parenting after divorce and how the flexibility of the Collaborative Model truly works for a family unit moving forward.
Here on the fifth edition of the "Collaborative Circle," three of our professionals discuss how children of a divorcing couple are represented and prioritized in the Collaborative Model.
On our fourth edition of the "Collaborative Circle," two of our attorneys discuss job loss and how this impacts couples, especially during the times in which we live.
On our third edition of the "Collaborative Circle," three of our esteemed professionals discuss what happens when a spouse is intentionally hiding assets and therefore not being transparent in a model
that requires full transparency.
For the second edition of the "Collaborative Circle," three of our dedicated LICDP professionals discuss the divorce of a celebrity LGBT+ couple and how their divorce may
have been different had they chosen the
Collaborative Model to settle their divorce
Check out the LICDP's first ever "Collaborative Circle" where six of our esteemed professionals discuss what Collaborative Divorce is and why the model makes sense now more than ever, during the COVID-19 Pandemic.