Getting Through Your Divorce

The most productive way to get through your divorce grief is to choose to move on and implement positive and constructive methods to meet your goals.  Going it alone can be very lonely.  Creating a network of support and implementing the strategies listed in this article can get you to the finish line more quickly…

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Online Mediation Spikes for Divorce in COVID-19

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I had always thought that it was necessary to meet people in person in order to mediate. While I do love meeting with people and mediating that way, I have found that video conferencing is much more personal and connected than I would have thought.  Necessity is, of course, the mother of invention.  I had…

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Moving Forward After Divorce

These are fabulous suggestions for moving forward after divorce.   1.  You are allowed to grieve.  It is almost impossible not to regardless of whether you were the initiator.   2.  Prioritize your children’s future.   3.  Get on top of running your financially independent household.  That doesn’t mean you are not receiving or paying…

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Gray Divorce: What You Should Know

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You probably have a lot invested in a long term marriage.  When facing divorce the same rules apply, such as getting educated with information about your rights and your assets.  If you don’t want to spend your golden years fighting with each other, mediation is a wonderful alternative.  Just make sure that you feel fully…

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Real Estate Mistakes and Divorce

There are three important components to marital residence real estate ownership which must be addressed when there is a change of ownership during divorce.  A Marital Settlement Agreement can only bind the parties to the divorce so what does this mean to you?  Make sure that if you are the party residing outside the marital…

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