Not sure how to tell your spouse you want a divorce? Join us for the next Divorce Options(R) Workshop on May 14 to get answers to your many questions and more. Learn more about the workshop and register here. … [Read more...] about How To Tell Your Spouse You Want a Divorce – Join Us on May 14 for Our Divorce Options(R) Workshop
Are you going through a divorce and wondering which divorce process is right for you? Join us for the next Divorce Options(R) Workshop on April 9 to learn about your options for divorce. Learn more about the workshop and register here. … [Read more...] about Divorce Process Options – Join Us April 9 for Our Divorce Options(R) Workshop
One contentious issue that arises during a divorce is when there is a business asset and how to divide it. This is true whether the business is a professional business owned by one spouse, or a family business owned and operated by both spouses. Except in rare cases, the first step is to have the business's worth evaluated. How Valuation of a Business Works in a Collaborative Divorce In a … [Read more...] about Do We Need A Business Evaluation For Our Divorce?
A child-centered divorce means that the parents learn how to put their differences aside and work together for what is in the best interests of the children. The spouses need to recognize that just because they no longer want to be married does not mean the spouse, who they may consider to be a bad marriage partner, is a bad parent. The Three Cs: Communicate, Cooperate, and Co-parent In … [Read more...] about How to Have a Child-Centered Divorce
People make mistakes in their divorce that can cost them money in the long term. These mistakes happen when you try to rush through the process or don’t have enough information to help you make good decisions. Taking your time and doing it right saves both time and money. Here are some of the most common mistakes that I have seen. Common Divorce Mistake #1 – You must go to … [Read more...] about 5 Common Divorce Mistakes
If you are a divorced parent, or in the process of a divorce and this is your first holiday season in your new family structure, you have likely already noticed the stress around scheduling. Like many parents, you may have high expectations of how perfect you want this time to be for your children. If the expectations are not met, you may feel disappointed with yourself and feel as though you … [Read more...] about Planning for the Holidays While Divorcing with Children
As you start to walk on the way, the way appears-Rumi Divorce can stir up profound and painful emotions; regret, confusion, a sense of overwhelm and, oftentimes, debilitating fear. Although divorce has become a more common occurrence, the personal struggle with the fear and anxiety that divorce can cause is daunting. In traditional litigation, the focus is not on addressing the fears. Each … [Read more...] about Overcoming Divorce Fears