Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Collaborative Divorce Resource on Squidoo

Since I keep writing the major thing collaborative divorce needs is to educate the general public, I have to note Divorce Without Drama on Squidoo.

Here is a short explanation from Wikipedia of what Squidoo is:

Squidoo is a network of user-generated lenses—single pages that highlight one person's point of view, recommendations, or expertise. Lenses can be about anything, such as ideas, people or places, hobbies and sports, pets or products, philosophy, and politics. Lenses aren't primarily intended to hold content; more emphasis is placed on recommending and advice then pointing to content on the web. Annotation and organization and personalization delivers context and meaning.
So think of it as an extended explanation of collaborative divorce in one place.

Will Collaborative Divorce Work for You? from Georgia Family Law Blog has a link to the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, at www.collaborativepractice.com.

2 comments:

Dick Price said...

I always enjoy Sam's comments on various topics and I usually learn something useful from reading his posts. This one is no exception. Collaborative Law is a major part of my practice and I have a specialty blog (www.texascollaborativelaw.blogspot.com) on the subject, but I am really amazed to learn about Squidoo. I'll have to read up on it and try it out. It looks like a great tool for getting out the word about Collaborative Law. Thanks for keeping us educated, Sam!

Sam Hasler said...

I appreciate the compliment but I must acknowledge how much of the neophyte I am with collaborative law.