The Center For Out-Of-Court-Divorce Team Attends Splitopia Book Signing

The Center For Out-Of-Court-Divorce Team Attends Splitopia Book Signing

The Center for Out-Of-Court Divorce (COCD) team was thrilled to join Wendy Paris, author of Splitopia: Dispatches from Today’s Good Divorce and How to Part Well, at the Tattered Cover on Tuesday, April 5, for a book signing. As a former print and electronic journalist covering relationships, culture, dating and marriage, Paris is passionate about helping families make healthy, positive choices throughout the course of a divorce – and beyond. During the event, Paris read excerpts of her new book and discussed…

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Improving Family Outcomes by Taking Divorce Out Of Court

As the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) celebrates its 10th anniversary, Wendy Paris, author of Splitopia, looks back on the progress we have made in recent years toward improving family outcomes by taking divorce out of court. In her recent guest blog post, Ten Years of IAALS: Taking Divorce Out of Court with Better Outcomes for Families, she notes the gap that fueled the need for launching a place like The Center for Out-Of-Court Divorce…

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The Center for Out-of-Court Divorce Celebrates Six Months of Serving Families

The Center for Out-Of-Court Divorce (The Center) originally launched as part of a pilot program at University of Denver (DU) known as the Resource Center for Separating and Divorcing Families (RCSDF). The RCSDF program was based on a model recommended by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) and aimed at providing child- and family-centered divorce and separation services. Even in its early stages, the RCSDF program received recognition for bringing holistic solutions to divorce and…

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The Center for Out-of-Court Divorce: A Proven, Community-Centered Alternative for Families

Separation and divorce don’t have to be costly and full of conflict for your family. There is a more holistic and family-centered approach to ending a partnership or a marriage. The Center for Out of Court Divorce aims to provide this kind of support to families with children who are in transition. With a staff of seasoned experts from attorneys to mental health professionals, parents can feel confident in working together to move forward without causing added stress to their…

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