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Access to Collaboration

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Access to Collaboration

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Reflecting on 25 years of CP

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We've saved your place!

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Be-Fulfilled | We've saved your place!

We've saved your place!

by Colleen Zubrycki October 29, 2015

Have you had a Collaborative "ah-ha" moment?

We're holding open this spot for conversations you want to initiate.

Go ahead - post away - we're eager to see where this takes us!

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phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
10/28/2016 12:34:52 PM #

Once the collaborative divorce has been completed, the divorce finalized then one party initiates a Supplemental petition to extend alimony and increase child support, is the new action even though file din the old divorce case # "related to a collaborative proceeding" precluding participation/representation of the former spouse in the Supplemental petition?

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phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
phil@philmcleoddivorce.com
10/28/2016 12:35:18 PM #

Once the collaborative divorce has been completed, the divorce finalized then one party initiates a Supplemental petition to extend alimony and increase child support, is the new action even though file din the old divorce case # "related to a collaborative proceeding" precluding participation/representation of the former spouse in the Supplemental petition?

View my profile on www.collaborativepractice.com

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