Mark Springfield Springfield
I want you to know how much I appreciate your steady hand and guidance throughout this whole matter.
Thank you Mark! You don’t know how much I have appreciated you during this process! I don’t know what I would have done without you on my side!
Thanks for all your help in making this difficult transition in my life as smooth as possible.
I wanted to take the time to personally thank each of you for marshaling us through the negotiation process. This was one of the most difficult things I have ever gone through and I know it was extremely difficult for Veronica too. I am hoping going through the Collaborative process will give us a better chance at as good of a relationship as possible for the sake of the children.
I continue to feel so thankful to you and the collaborative approach for leading me through this process with as little fall out as possible. Lou and I continue to be on good terms and will be sitting together and “giving our daughter away” together this upcoming Saturday at her wedding due in large part to you and the collaborative process.
I wholeheartedly thank you both for your guidance during our separation. For a year now, things have been running mostly very smoothly (especially regarding the children), and a big reason for that is that you both helped set the tone for how Jeff & I should behave (respectfully). We know how much our words and actions affect our daughters.
I have always been extremely happy that we went the collaborative divorce route–absolutely no regrets there. I think it’s by far the healthiest way for a couple to divorce when children are involved.
It was so good to talk with you. I have never forgotten how much you helped me those many years ago. I am glad you are still helping people.
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