Find a Peaceful Solution Through Collaborative Divorce

The idea of a peaceful divorce sounds like a contradiction in terms. Isn’t divorce about fighting to get your fair share? While it often turns out that way, divorce doesn’t have to be a battle. The collaborative divorce process allows you to settle matters and resolve issues before they have the chance to turn to…

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Choose a “Better” Divorce — by Choosing the Collaborative Process

Divorce sucks. There is really no other way to say it. If you’d like it to suck less, consider a Collaborative Divorce Process. In order to work within the Collaborative Divorce process, each attorney must have taken a multi-day, intensive collaborative training. Attorney Tasha Schaffner has completed this training and has been handling collaborative divorces…

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Schaffner Family Law featured on QDRO Consultant’s Blog

We want to thank our friends at EZ Law for featuring one of our successful Court of Appeals cases on their blog. Here, we represented the Husband in securing his portion of his ex-Wife’s pension account, which she had failed to disclose during the course of their divorce action in 2005 (we did not represent…

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“All men die, but not all men truly live.”

I am a divorce attorney. I have been asked a number of times as to whether I expect a spike in business, following the pandemic. The answer is – yes. The bigger question is, why? The COVID-19 pandemic forced us all home. Many of us worked from home, cooked at home, played at home, entertained…

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Feel Better, with Dr. Cathy’s helpful tips

Good Things, episode 2. Little things that can make a big difference – a chat with Dr. Cathy of Florence Chiropractic  I don’t know about you, but I feel a bit more stressed than I did in my pre-COVID life. My muscles are tight, my neck cracks each time I turn my head quickly. I…

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Good Things Are Coming.

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These days, it is easy to find a reason to be frustrated, sad or anxious. Life is uncertain. A simple task that I previously took for granted — running to the store — has become a completely different experience. To help take our minds off of the negative, we are bringing you a series of…

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Can A Courtroom Battle Be Avoided In A High Asset Divorce?

On behalf of Tasha K. Schaffner of Schaffner Family Law posted in divorce on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. Did you accumulate significant assets both before and during your marriage? Do you own a business? Are you now facing a high asset divorce? If so, you have a lot at stake in a Kentucky divorce. It…

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