A Holiday Greeting Card For Couples In The Collaborative Law Process

The holidays are fast approaching. If you are considering a divorce or separating from your partner and have minor children, you may be feeling confused and frightened about the impact on your kids, especially during the holidays. In choosing to resolve their divorce through the collaborative law process, parents can end their marriage with respect and dignity, while maintaining their children as the focus. In addition, parents participating in the collaborative law process can often model for their children how mature adults handle significant challenges.

I recently discovered this greeting card sent out by a couple participating in a collaborative law divorce:

Holiday Wish (Separated & Divorcing Together)




If you are interested in learning more about the collaborative law process and want to be able to send out a similar holiday greeting this year, please contact the law office of Patricia Sciarrino, P.A. at (772) 463-8017 to schedule an initial consultation for more information.


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Stuart, FL 34994
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