More than 800,000 people each year in the United State get divorced. This book invites the reader into a more meaningful conversation about how to end a marriage with dignity and mutual respect, using the interdisciplinary model called Collaborative Divorce.
Nanci A. Smith, Esq., is an attorney licensed to practice in Vermont and New York. She is the Chair of the Collaborative Divorce section of the Vermont Bar Association. She is a leader in her collaborative divorce practice group, and a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She frequently writes and talks about divorce, family law, ethics, and Collaborative Divorce practices. She believes a good divorce is possible when you show up for it with humility, compassion, and the correct support.