Category: Divorce and Finance
A mediator’s job is not to judge who is right or wrong. Their job is to make sure the final settlement of your divorce takes care of you and your needs.
When the dust settles after your divorce, you may find yourself in a much better place. Become the happier, healthier and all-around better person that you know you can be.
How and when you tell your spouse that your marriage has reached its end is a major factor that will set the tone for how your divorce will proceed.
You can’t go through divorce alone and with the many resources available to help you, you can survive and thrive.
A CDFA® can help bring greater understanding to your situation and assist you in making smart choices throughout the divorce process.
If you’re asking yourself this question, it’s ok to take as much time as you need. It’s one of the most important decisions of your life.
Men can struggle to find the resources they need during a divorce and there are plenty of avoidable mistakes they need to be aware of.
The emotional devastation of divorce, even when there is no romantic infidelity, can distract us from noticing another potentially devastating type of infidelity that can show itself in various ways.
When you are under all this stress and your life has been turned upside down and you barely recognize yourself, you’re living in divorce limbo.
“I’ll get my day in court!” We’ve all heard someone say this. Guess what…You really don’t want your day in court!