A reader posted a comment about her dissatisfaction about collaborative law and Pauline Tesler, the mother of the collaborative law movement. Many others would disagree with the reader's comment (See comment to my April 3 blog entry Where to Go for the Latest on Collaborative Law). If you are interested her website is at Narcissistic Abuse.
I've been sitting here at the computer trying to think up a response to the reader. I'm at a loss for how to respond. The reader seems strong in her opinion against Tesler. Tesler has worked hard to train litigators how to de-claw themselves and stop doing damage to families. But yet, the reader is pointing to legitimate gripes about collaborative process that practitioners need to be aware of to avoid having similar unhappy clients.
Check out the website and make your own choice/opinion.
Thank you reader for sharing. (I still think collaborative law is best for most situations).