The Use of Social Media and Divorce – Join us October 16

Did you know that there are certain things you can and can’t say on social media when you are going through a divorce?  Find out what they are when you join us for our next Divorce Options Workshop, October 16 at 12:15pm. Learn more about the workshops and register here.

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How to Guide Your Kids Through a Collaborative Divorce

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When couples go through a traditional court divorce, children can easily be put aside due to the stress the parents go through. Children’s voices are not heard by the judge who makes the decisions about a parenting plan unless an attorney is appointed to represent the children or a child psychologist is appointed to conduct…

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How to Start Over After Divorce – Join Us for Our Divorce Options Workshop, October 2

  Going through a divorce can be a difficult time in one’s life.  Learning how to start over is one of the many steps that divorce couples have to go through.  Join us for our next Divorce Options Workshop, October 2, and learn the steps you need to take to start over after your divorce.…

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What You Should Know When Planning for Divorce – Join Us for Our Divorce Options Workshop, September 18

There are many things to learn about when you go through a divorce.  When you join us for our Divorce Options Workshops, we will inform you of the steps you need to take to go through your divorce in a peaceful and respectful manner. Learn more about the workshops and register here.

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Why Use a Financial Neutral in a Collaborative Divorce

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When a couple chooses to dissolve their marriage using the collaborative divorce process, they work together with a team of experts to draft a mutually agreed-upon settlement. That team is comprised of an attorney for each spouse, a financial neutral, and mental health professional(s) to help the couple with communication, co-parenting issues, and perhaps a…

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Tips to Improve Your Life During Divorce

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Divorce can turn your life upside down, and it may feel as if your ‘normal’ life is over.  It can be one of the most turbulent processes you may ever experience. You may even feel that there is no way you will ever “find yourself” again.  But there’s a more peaceful way to divorce. When…

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Rebuilding Yourself After Divorce – Join Us for Our Divorce Options Workshop, September 4

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A divorce is a difficult transition in your life.  That’s why is very important to learn how to rebuild yourself after your divorce.  Join us on September 4 for our next Divorce Options Workshop tips on how to rebuild yourself and much more. Learn more about the workshops and register here.

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Who’s Responsible for Student Loans After Divorce? – Join Us for Our Divorce Options Workshop, August 28

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Are you going through a divorce and not sure who is responsible for student loans?  Join us on August 28 for our next Divorce Options Workshop to learn who is responsible for student loans and much more. Learn more about the workshops and register here.

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How to Prevent Addiction After Divorce Part II – Join Us for Our Divorce Options Workshop, August 14

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Divorce is a difficult time in a couple’s life.  Choosing a Collaborative Divorce and getting professional help, in the beginning, can help you get through your divorce in a more healthful and peaceful way. Join us on August 14 for our next Divorce Options Workshop to learn how you can prevent addiction after divorce and…

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Do You Need A Financial Advisor When You Divorce?

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During this time of unrest and uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic, the last thing you want is to go through the divorce process. Divorces are stressful enough, then you add COVID-19 to the mix, and the stress can easily overcome you emotionally and financially. But when you use a collaborative divorce process, both you…

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