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Denver Post: Center for Out-of-Court Divorce Offers New Alternative for Families

Zachary Willis
This week, the Denver Post published an article highlighting Denver’s new Center for Out-of-Court Divorce , which provides a child-focused, less-adversarial, and potentially less-costly approach for families when parents are separating. The nonprofit Center, based on the model developed by IAALS ’ Honoring Families...

Ten Years of IAALS: Taking Divorce Out of Court with Better Outcomes for Families

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Wendy Paris
In 2012, when I first started researching Splitopia, my book on today’s good divorce, I assumed there were dearth of good ideas around for helping families transition out of marriage smoothly. It would be my job, I decided, to develop new thinking for the age-old problem of marriage’s end. Upon further investigation,...

The Center for Out-of-Court Divorce Grows into its New Home in Denver

Zachary Willis
Hunter Metcalf
In January, Law Week Colorado covered Denver’s new Center for Out-of-Court Divorce . The Center, based on IAALS’ recommended model for child- and family-centric divorce and separation services, grew out of our pilot project at the University of Denver, known as the Resource Center for Separating and Divorcing Families...

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

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Susan E. Carparelli
So often when parents begin the process of separation and divorce they feel vulnerable and uncertain about how to proceed. Their greatest fear is the potential of harm to their children. The Center for Out of Court Divorce – Denver (COCD or Center) offers parents a proven way forward that is designed to reduce...