What is a Dignified Divorce? A Dignified Divorce is a process of ending a marriage that respects the individuals involved as decent human beings who once loved each other and now are going their separate ways. A Dignified Divorce can be done faster, is less expensive, and requires less healing. Is a Dignified Divorce right for you? MORE INFO...
Seminars & Speaking - In addition to her practice of family law, Ms. Seinturier is spreading the word about the collaborative process through a series of for-credit seminars for attorneys, and public speaking to groups interested in learning how to reduce conflict and expense, while promoting cooperation and loyalty. MORE INFO...

Dignified Divorce - The Book. Due to come out in the winter of 2003. Ms. Seinturier's book, entitled "Dignified Divorce", will explain in lay terms what anyone would want to know about the process. You can also find out how to find collaborative lawyers and there is information on lawyers about how to change the direction of their practices. MORE INFO...

Links - This is a brand new field; connections are few, but as they grow, you will find quality practitioners and sources of information through links on this site. MORE INFO...

What is Collaborative Law? Instead of going before a judge, the two parties and their attorneys sit down together to work out the details of the dissolution of their marriage. They collaborate instead of conflict, and thus coming to the best resolution, and quickly too. MORE INFO...

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The Lamp & the Knife - In his extraordinary little book , "She", Robert A. Johnson uses the myth of Aphrodite and Psyche to explore the feminine psychology. The book is only 75 pages, but filled with extraordinary and valuable information for both women and men. MORE INFO...

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