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27 Feb

Divorce Out of Court: A Guide to Amicable Separation

Divorce can be one of life’s most challenging transitions, but it doesn’t always have to be a bitter courtroom battle. More couples are turning to out-of-court divorce processes to dissolve their marriages amicably, saving time, money, and emotional energy in the process. We’ll discuss the benefits of pursuing divorce out of court and provide insights […]

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21 Nov

Navigating Difficult Relationships this Holiday Season

The holidays are meant to be filled with joy and warmth but can occasionally become a time of increased stress and tension. Keeping your happiness while trying to control your emotions can be a challenge when dealing with a difficult friend, neighbor, coworker, troubled marriage, or demanding family member. Here are 7 tips for navigating […]

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20 Oct

The Importance of Slowing Down Before Divorce

Emotional turmoil often accompanies divorce, so it’s easy to rush into decisions without considering the long-term consequences. However, taking the time to slow down and gain clarity on your future can make all the difference in avoiding regret after your divorce.  We will discuss the importance of slowing down before divorce: avoiding regrets and finding […]

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30 Jul

Empower Your Journey: When Contemplating Divorce

Not all troubled marriages end in divorce. According to the CDC, the national average divorce and annulment rate in 2021 saw a significant decline at approximately 2.5 people per 1,000, compared to the rate of 4 people per 1,000 in 2001. However, it’s evident that some marriages do not last. We will explore ways to […]

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15 Apr

Managing Divorce Anxiety

Divorce can be one of the most stressful and anxiety-provoking events in a person’s life. It can be overwhelming to deal with the emotional, financial, and legal aspects of a divorce. As a certified divorce coach, I have some practical suggestions to help you reduce anxiety during this challenging time. Managing Divorce Anxiety First and […]

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21 Feb

Protect Your Privacy During A Divorce

Divorce can be a stressful time for everyone involved, especially if there is high conflict and you need to protect your privacy. With our increasing reliance on technology, it is essential to take the necessary steps to protect your personal information and secure your accounts during this time. Consider the following ways to protect your […]

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3 Feb

10 Tips for a Better Mindset on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can bring about high expectations for love, leading to disappointment for those who have experienced a recent breakup, separation, or divorce. Despite being a day commonly associated with love and happiness, it can bring on feelings of depression and loneliness for those who are in a relationship or single. However, adopting the right […]

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19 Sep

Is it Better to Divorce Before or After the Holidays?

Divorce is difficult no matter when it occurs. If you are thinking of ending the marriage, is it better to divorce before or after the holidays? There is no such thing as a “perfect time” to divorce. You must determine what is best for you, your family, and your circumstance. Is it Better to Divorce […]

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15 Aug

Divorce and Your Home

The marital home may be one of the larger assets when getting divorced and can cause the most controversy. There are usually a lot of questions, so speaking to a Divorce Mortgage Specialist early in the process can help give peace of mind and set you down the best path for your unique scenario. Below […]

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4 Jun

Divorce Coach

Divorce is a life-changing experience. You will need to make important decisions regarding your future and you may be emotionally drained. The process can be daunting, and you may be affected by your fear of the unknown. “Where will I live?” “How will I afford an attorney?” “When do I tell my kids” “Am I […]

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