Collaborative Divorce

Posted by Stephen F. McDonough | Apr 02, 2014 | 0 Comments

Divorce is difficult enough; going to court for divorce is even more tiresome. Fortunately, a collaborative divorce proceeding exists, in which both parties and their attorneys commit to working together to achieve a mutually beneficial resolution to the divorce — including division of assets, child support and arrangements, and more.

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Stephen F. McDonough

Stephen works closely with clients facing divorce or other family conflict. He is a certified mediator through the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation, a designation that only about 11% of mediators have obtained. In addition to providing mediation services, Stephen regularly appears in...


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