- "Collaborative Divorce - A Safe Place" is a twenty minute film following the true life story of one couple as they proceed through their own Collaborative divorce. It is now streaming and available for viewing from the IACP website home page.
- The Today Show interview featuring Collaborative Law: Download a clip from "The Today Show" that reviews the collaborative law process from both the clients' point of view as well as the attorneys' perspective.
- What is Collaborative Family Law?
- Universal Language to Explain Collaborative Team Practice
- What is a Divorce Coach in Collaborative Practice?
- Collaborative Practice Participation Agreement
- Appendix C: Handbook for Clients (Pauline Tesler)
- Agenda for Commencement Meeting (example)
- Joint Petition for Dissolution of Marriage (example)
- Roadmap to Resolution: A Process for Negotiation on Substantive
- Interest-based Negotiations: Focusing on Interests in the Collaborative Process
- Expectations of Conduct
- Process Anchors
- Suggestions for Effective Collaborative Negotiations
- Guidelines for Parents During Separation and Divorce
- New Client Intake Questionnaire
- Client Financial Questionnaire
- Collaborative Representation Agreement and Memo
- Addendum: Informed Consent to Collaborative Process
- Authorization to Communicate with Collaborative Team Members
Learn more about Collaborative Divorce and Family Law at these websites:
- Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota (CLI)
- International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP)
Learn more about co-parenting at these websites:
Books & Articles
- "The Collaborative Way to Divorce" by Ron Ousky and Stu Webb.
Order "The Collaborative Way to Divorce" from Amazon.
- "Collaborative Divorce" by Peggy Thompson and Pauline Tesler. Order "Collaborative Divorce" from Amazon.
- Ahrons, Constance, The Good Divorce. Harper Paperbacks (1998)
- Ahrons, Constance, We're Still Family: What Grown Children Have to Say About Their Parents' Divorce. Harper Paperbacks (2005)
- Stone, D., B. Patton, S. Heen, and Roger Fisher, Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most. Penguin (2000)
- Voegele, Gary L.; Wray, Linda K.; Ousky, Ronald D., Collaborative Law: A Useful Tool for the Family Law Practitioner to Promote Better Outcomes, 33 WILLIAM MITCHELL L. REV. 971 (2007)