When I started practicing law in 1992, there was essentially one model when it came to divorce. The process took months or even years, cost a small fortune in legal fees, and involved facing off in a courtroom to fight about how to split up the assets and debts, how much alimony and for how long, and to present evidence on some of your most unfortunate parenting moments so that a judge could create a child custody and visitation schedule.
Wonderful piece. Moving away from the adversarial and into the realm of real problem-solving is so appealing. Keep up the great work!