...an accessible resource for divorcing couples and for the people who support them in the divorce process such as therapists, financial planners, and family members.
Raleigh, North Carolina (PRWEB) December 18, 2012
Mark A. Springfield, founder of Springfield Collaborative Divorce, a North Carolina family law firm, says name-calling, mud-slinging and insult-throwing do not have to be the norm when a couple decides to divorce. Springfield just launched a 4-part series titled Divorce Without Drama co-produced with fellow collaborative attorney and business partner Kerry Burleigh. The series tackles the tough topics related to divorce including handling money, helping children cope, and rebuilding life post-divorce.
In launching the Divorce Without Drama video series, Springfield and Burleigh, along with child psychologist Brian Mackey, PhD and financial planner Michael Kothakota, CFA, demystify the collaborative divorce method and discuss misconceptions and concerns that include:
- We’ve come to terms with being divorced and want to be fair so we can both move on
- I don’t want to hate my ex, but I want to be protected without having to fight about everything
- Should I call an attorney before or after I ask my spouse for a divorce
- Divorce will wipe out all of the money and I won’t be able to take care of myself
- I don’t want my kids caught in the middle and have to choose a side
“When we created the Divorce Without Drama series we wanted to get to the heart of lingering questions that people have. It was important to create an accessible resource for divorcing couples and for the people who support them in the divorce process such as therapists, financial planners, and family members,” Springfield remarks.
View the 4-part Divorce Without Drama series on Springfield Collaborative Divorce’s YouTube channel at: youtube.com/user/NCDivorceInfo. Segment run times vary from 3-6 minutes based on the content.
Considered one of the most experienced Collaborative Divorce attorneys in the Unites States, Springfield began focusing his law practice on the Collaborative Divorce method more than 10 years ago. Springfield has been a practicing attorney for almost three decades.
About Springfield Collaborative Divorce
Springfield Collaborative Divorce is a family law practice that provides Collaborative Divorce services for divorcing couples throughout North Carolina. The firm’s philosophy is simple – couples can divorce with dignity and ensure respect, integrity, and kindness in the process. For more information about the collaborative divorce method and profiles of the firm’s attorneys, go to SpringfieldCollaborativeDivorce.com or call Kerry Burleigh at 919-573-4848.
Olalah Njenga | YellowWood Group | olalah(at)yellowwoodgroup(dot)com | 919.783.4101