Divorce

Being Social

Blake Coleman worked as my associate for three years straight out of law school. One day, out of the blue, he gave me notice, “I can’t do this anymore. I’ve got to try something new. It’s just too hard doing this work when you’re suffering through your own divorce!”

Poor Taste

No . . . this is not another COVID-19 blog about the symptoms of the virus. Everyone seems to be writing those. But I do seem to remember having a life before “The Pandemic.”

Australia

I was recently contacted by a collaborative lawyer in Australia. She is the Happy Family Lawyer, who is focused on collaborative practice and who is really making a difference Down Under. She was curious as to how my marketing program has impacted my practice.

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Ted Talks is an abundant resource for advocates of the collaborative dispute resolution process. Set the app so that it offers you Talks that will be of particular interest to you.

Bob Blackman’s Reputation

Corienne came to retain me when she’d been knee-deep in her courtroom divorce for a couple of years and finally got fed up with her fancy, high-priced lawyer, who didn’t seem capable of ever getting it finished.

Destiny and Max Duff

I rarely see Max Duff anymore. We used to see each other once a week, for breakfast with our referral networking group of Profit Pros. But I left the group three years ago and he left it shortly after, so we rarely see each other.