Category Archives: Children of Divorce

How Living Through Divorce as a Child Shaped this Attorney’s Future in Collaborative Divorce

Sad child with parents that are mad at each other.

By Lynette Kim My interest in family law and the collaborative divorce process came to be partially because of personal experiences as a child during my parents’ divorce process.  Unfortunately, my parents’ divorce was not amicable.  While living in South Korea, my parents separated when I was 10 years old.  My mom and I moved to […]

Working Through Parental Alienation Using Collaborative Divorce

Father holding childs hand.

When you and your spouse are divorcing, emotions usually run hot and fast for many situations and sometimes parental alienation can occur. Parental Alienation is defined as a family dynamic in which one parent (often referred to as the favored parent or the alienating parent) has attempted to undermine a child’s relationship with the other […]

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