1 A Paradigm Change from an Adversarial to a Collaborative Perspective.
2 Collaborative Divorce: What It Is and How It Works
3 How Collaborative Divorce Works with Mediation and Unbundled Legal Services.
4 Toolbox of Strategies for Collaborative Agreement.
5 The Interdisciplinary Approach of Collaborative Divorce.
6 Informed Consent and Other Best Practices to Ensure Competence.
7 Making Collaborative Divorce Practice Your Day Job.
8 Building a Profitable Collaborative Practice.
9 Walking the Collaborative Walk: Taking Twenty-Five Steps Toward Peacemaking.
Appendix A: Additional Resources.
Appendix B: Resources on The Collaborative Divorce Handbook Web Site.
About the Author.
About the Contributors.
—Julie Macfarlane in Family Court Review, Volume 48, Number 3, July 2010.
“Collaborative Divorce Handbook provides a step-by-step guide to the concepts, tools, and strategies needed to enter or improve upon collaborative practice. But, more significantly, Mosten’s test provides a compelling call to re-center legal practice around the client.”
— J. Herbie DiFonzo in Family Law Quarterly, Volume 44, Number 1, Spring 2010.