The collaborative divorce model offers many advantages. Collaborative divorce is a modern, sensible non-adversarial dispute resolution option. It is different from mediation, or litigation.
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If you’re tired of the traditional Valentine’s Day, try swapping it out with Galentine’s Day this year, instead.
Contemplating divorce? Your first divorce conversation sets the tone for a respectful process and must be planned with care. Before you tell your husband you want out, consider these helpful pointers and handle this difficult conversation with poise and grace.
Rich or poor, the currency is communication. The challenge is to hire a divorce professional (or team) to help get you to the finish line with preserving dignity, civility – -and, most importantly, if there are children, the priceless co-parenting relationship.
Divorce is difficult as it is, but it’s more important than ever before to look ahead to protect your own financial well-being.
There is an old adage that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Creating a budget helps you take control of your financial wellness, get a better grasp of your money, and learn how to manage your money better.
When a family goes through a divorce, they often become anxious over the costs associated with the process. This is understandable, given that they are going to have to maintain two households on the same incomes that previously supported one. Fortunately, there are some things all parties involved can do to keep their costs down and while still resolving their matters fully and efficiently.
Divorce can make for a new beginning where you have the ability to revamp your social circle, focus on what makes you happy, and really turn your life around.
Here are five ideas to keep you sane in the new year while you deal with your recent divorce.
Wait, what? Isn’t January 1st the time to make those grand plans to improve our life? Too often, people make New Year’s resolutions that are too broad and too overwhelming to succeed. This can be especially true with something as inherently complicated as divorce co-parenting.