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Collaborative Divorce in Illinois

Not every couple who goes through a divorce wants to get divorced in court. Many couples decide to opt to start their divorces in a process known as a collaborative divorce. The goal of going through the collaborative law process … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Collaborative Divorce Process

On January 1, 2018, the Uniform Collaborative Law Act (“UCLA”) was enacted in Illinois. This means that divorcing couples, who want to preserve their relationship, protect their children and maintain privacy can contractually bind each other to resolve their divorce … Continue reading

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New database showcases collaborative journalism from around the world

Data Driven Journalism: “Over the past year, the Center for Cooperative Media, based at Montclair State University in New Jersey, been collecting information about dozens of collaborative reporting projects involving hundreds of newsrooms around the world. That information was used … Continue reading

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The Collaborative Law Firm: Part II — Multi-User Chat

In my previous post in this series we discussed instant messaging services that you can use to communicate with your colleagues in real time even when they are in different locations. Sometimes however you may need to either communicate with … Continue reading

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Video: Tiger Woods, Privacy, and Collaborative Divorce

In 2012, as news of Tiger Woods’ extramarital affairs and his wife’s reaction repeated on TV broadcasts and magazines throughout the world, some professionals stood up and said it does not need to be this way.  You can maintain your … Continue reading

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