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What is Conscious Uncoupling? And Can it Help My Divorce?

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Popularized due to its use by Hollywood celebrities, the term “conscious uncoupling” at its core involves two spouses or partners looking to separate with the least amount of damage possible; the focus is on a respectful way to end a relationship. Instead of the contentious child custody negotiations that might typically ensue, spouses who “consciously uncouple” seek to turn down the heat in a spirit of cohesion and co-parenting. It’s important to note (more...)

New Year, New Start

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4 Ways to put Yourself First in 2020

 

After the emotional toll of getting through your first holiday season as a recent divorcee, you may be wondering if this new year will be better than the last– will it get easier?

Top 10 DIY online divorce companies

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Getting a traditional divorce — you know, with lots of lawyers and fighting — can be incredibly time consuming and expensive. Filing yourself, online, amiably, can save money, time, conflict, heartache and drama. Think about the traditional divorce route, with attorneys: Not only do you have to pay an attorney, lawyer, mediator, and court fees, you…

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How to Reach an Agreement in a Successful Mediation

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If you are in the midst of a divorce right now you may be considering mediation. Mediation is a common form of dispute resolution available as an alternative to the traditional court procedure. Think of mediation as an amicable negotiation with your spouse through the support of a third party referee. Mediation is quicker, cheaper, and more private than the regular divorce track, however it may not be for every couple. We have previously discussed the pros and cons (more...)

Who Gets the House in Divorce and What Happens [Ultimate Guide]

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You’re getting a divorce andit’s time to figure out major questions like, What happens to the house in a divorce? Who gets the house in a divorce? Should I keep the house? Do I have to refinance after divorce? What is a divorce house buyout and how does it work?

Let’s explore these questions in more depth. 

I am Not a Neutral Mediator

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{3 minutes to read}   In my previous post, I addressed a concern raised by a client about my neutrality. In this post, I detail why, as a divorce mediator, I do not take sides. However, that does not mean I am neutral. I do not sit quietly on the sidelines watching the action. Instead, I [...]

What Happens to the House in Divorce [Ultimate Guide]

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You’re getting a divorce andit’s time to figure out major questions like, What happens to the house in a divorce? Who gets the house in a divorce? Should I keep the house? Do I have to refinance after divorce? What is a divorce house buyout and how does it work?
Take a breath and let’s explore these questions in more depth. We interviewed 3 experts who handle divorce: a realtor, mortgage broker, (more...)

How to Repair Your Credit Following a Divorce

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When you go through a divorce, emotional and lifestyle changes take place - to say the least. On top of these changes, there are many financial challenges to deal with during the fallout. To name a few, you may have to make alimony payments moving forward, take on new day-to-day expenses (as opposed to sharing costs with a spouse), or even establish an entirely new individual budget.

How Will You Show Up For Your Divorce?

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“How you show up for this is how you show up for everything.”

 

Here’s my reaction to that statement:

 

What!?!? (Disbelief)

Huh. (Thought provoking)

Hmmmm. (Realization of an opportunity)

Got it. (GROWTH)

 

How Can I Save Money On My Divorce?

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Today’s guest post is by Hannah Clark
Every divorce is unique and will have different issues and outcomes based on the circumstances. However, most divorces have one thing in common – they can be costly. While there will always be fees and court costs associated with a divorce, not every divorce has to break the bank. You want to start your post-marriage life in the best possible situation, so it’s always important to consider how (more...)