Divorce and Death

By Divorce Magazine
Updated: September 03, 2014
Other Divorces

Grey divorce has many complexities, and when two people have been together for a number of years and have children together, it can take much effort to untangle and separate lives. Just because a marriage ends, does not always mean the end of the relationship. Years after divorce, former spouses may turn to each other for comfort, support and encouragement. Here is the account of a child of divorce and her parent's relationship: Divorce and Death

Sheila Brennan's professional divorce career started off innocuously with being her own divorce recovery coach. Soon after she began coaching other divorcing individuals. Sheila's recent certification as a Certified Professional Coach helps her to strategize and work with you to set goals for your life and your future.

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By Divorce Magazine| November 14, 2013
Categories:  Divorce and Annulment

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