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 much… [Read More]
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… [Read More]
Going through a divorce can be a difficult time in your life. Join us on July 31 for our next Divorce Options Workshop to learn what you need to know about HOW to divorce. Learn more about the workshops and register here.
There are different scenarios that lead up to a divorce that will make you feel wronged and perhaps even feel as if you want revenge against your spouse. As Ken Harvey explains in his blog, since CA is a no-fault divorce state, “marital fault is not relevant to the common issues found in divorce cases.” … [Read More]
When you and your spouse agree that it is time to start your marital separation, emotions can run high. And with these feelings, it is tough to see the future with your ex moving forward, which has to have room for co-parenting and reshaping your family unit. But, it is possible, especially when you utilize… [Read More]