Karen J. Levitt, Levitt Law Group, LLC was recognized by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (“IACP”), for “10 years of powerful giving to families around the world” as a Sustaining Links Member. Karen, a member of IACP, and a former member of its Board of Directors, has donated to IACP for 10 years in support of Collaborative Law. Donations to IACP such as those made by Karen, are used for programming, training, events, supporting emerging leaders through scholarships, and helping to introduce families to Collaborative Law. Collaborative Law is an out of court dispute resolution process used in divorce and other family law conflicts, which focuses on settlement by intention and legal advocacy rather than an adversarial process. Both parties have counsel, neutral experts are used where needed, and settlement negotiations take place outside of court and in a confidential setting. Collaborative Law is a very effective and efficient process that provides families with control over not just process but outcome. For more information about Collaborative Law, go to www.collaborativepractice.com and www.massclc.org.
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Levitt Family Law & Mediation’s Blog
- Show me the Money! Using a Financial Neutral in Mediation II
- Show me the Money! Using a Financial Neutral in Mediation
- Collaborative Law — To Tell or Not To Tell?
- Levitt Family Law and Mediation Recognized for its Work in Family Law
- Will You Miss Us?
- Lions, Tigers and Bears, Oh My!
- What Do Birds Have to Do with It?
- Generosity and Divorce: Opening the Door to Goodwill
- The Reality of the “Adversarial Mindset” in Divorce: It’s NOT like on TV!
- Financial (in)Security and Divorce: “Will I Be OK?”
- What Happens to Our Home? The Division of the Family Home in Divorce
- Reducing Conflict in the World of Divorce: The Crankometer
- Divorce: In the Breaking, Is There a New Beginning, a Path Forward?
- The Table: What’s On It and What’s Under It – The Division of Personal Property in Divorce
- Alimony and the New 2021 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines
- Massachusetts Has New Child Support Guidelines as of October 4, 2021
- Online Mediation of High Conflict Cases
- Lawyers Have Heart! 2020
- Racial Injustice and the Courts
- Families First Divorce Webinar