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Suggested Reading

  • Abney, Sherrie. (2006). Avoiding litigation: A guide to civil collaborative law. Trafford Publishing.
  • Abney, Sherrie. (2009). The evolution of civil collaborative law. (15 Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev. 495).
  • Abney, Sherrie. (2011). Civil collaborative law: The road less travelled.
  • Ahrons, C. (1998). The good divorce. Harper Paperbacks.
  • Ahrons, C. (2005). We’re still family: What grown children have to say about their parents’ divorce. Harper Paperbacks.
  • Ariely, Daniel. (2010). Predictably irrational: The hidden forces that shape our decisions.
  • Brene Brown, Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way we Live, Love, Parent and Lead (2012)
  • Brene Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who you Think you are Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are (2010)
  • Brene Brown, I Thought It Was Just Me (But It Isn’t): Making the Journey From ‘What Will People Think’ to ‘I Am Enough’ (2007)
  • Brumley, J. P. (2004). Divorce without disaster. PSG Books.
  • Cochran, C. (2007). Reconcilable differences: Marriages end, families don’t. Second Story Press.
  • Contemporary Books, Chicago, (1999) Transforming Practices: Finding Joy and Satisfaction in the Legal Life.”
  • Cook, N. D. (1967). Maggie in the middle. Scholastic.
  • Eddy, W. (2006). High conflict people in legal disputes. Janis Publications.
  • Fisher, R. & Shapiro, D. (2006). Beyond reason: Using emotions as you negotiate.
  • Fisher, R., Ury, W. L., & Patton, B. (2011). Getting to yes: Negotiating agreement without giving in. (3rd ed.). Penguin.
  • Gadoua, S. P. (2008). Contemplating divorce: A step by step guide to deciding whether to stay or go. New Harbinger Publications.
  • Gutterman, S. (2004). Collaborative law: A new model for dispute resolution. Bradford Publishing.
  • Honaman, M. A. (2010). The high road has less traffic: Honest advice on the path through love and divorce. High Road Less Traffic, LLC.
  • Johnston, J., Roseby, V., & Kuehnle, K. (2009). In the name of the child. Springer Publishing.
  • Mayer, Bernard. (2000). The dynamics of conflict resolution: A practitioner’s guide.
  • McFarlaine, Julie. (2008). The new lawyer: How settlement is transforming the practice of law.
  • Mnookin, R. (2000). Beyond winning. Harvard University Press.
  • Mosten, F. S. (Woody). (2009). Collaborative divorce: Helping families without going to court.
  • Parker, G. M. (2008). Team players and teamwork: New strategies for developing successful collaboration. (2nd ed.).
  • Scharff, K. & Herrick, L. (2010). Navigating emotional currents of collaborative divorce: A guide to enlightened team practice. (Foreword by Pauline Tesler, Esquire). ABA Publications.
  • Shields, R., Ryan, J., & Smith V. (2003). Collaborative family law: Another way to resolve family disputes. Thomson Carswell.
  • Stone, D., Patton, B., & Heen, S. (2010). Difficult conversations: How to discuss what matters most. (2nd ed.). Viking Press.
  • Stoner, K. (2006). Divorce without court: A guide to mediation and collaborative divorce. Nolo Press.
  • Tannen, D. (1999). The argument culture: Moving from debate to dialogue. Ballantine.
  • Tannen, D. (2001). You don’t understand. Harper Paperbacks.
  • Tesler, P. & Thompson P. (2006). Collaborative divorce: The revolutionary new way to restructure your family,resolve legal issues, and move on with your life. ReganBooks/Harper Collins.
  • Tesler, Pauline. (2007). Collaborative divorce: The revolutionary new way to restructure your family, resolve legal issues, and move on with your life
  • Tesler, Pauline. (2008). Collaborative divorce: Achieving effective resolution without litigation. (ABA Publishing 2nd ed.)
  • Twists, Lynn. (2003). The soul of money: Reclaiming the wealth of our inner resources.
  • Ury, W. L. (1993). Getting past no, negotiating in difficult situations. Bantam.
  • Ury, W. L., Jeanne M., and Golberg, S. B. (1993). Getting disputes resolved, designing systems to cut the costs of conflict program on negotiation.
  • Virk, R. L. (2009). The four ways of divorce: A concise guide to what you need to know about divorce using litigation, negotiation, collaboration and mediation so you don’t pay more than you should. Vanguard Books.
  • Webb, S. G. and Ousky, R. D. (2006). The collaborative way to divorce: The revolutionary method that results in less stress, lower costs, and happier kids – without going to court. Hudson Street Press.
  • Whitney, D. and Bloom, A. T. (2010). The power of appreciative inquiry: A practical guide to positive change.

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