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Life After Divorce: Before Letting Go, Do This

Life After Divorce: Before Letting Go, Do This Author of The D-Word and Pennsylvania-based divorce coach Tara Eisenhard is known for her straightforward and honest approach to divorce. This post originally appeared on her blog, Relative Evolutions, where she muses about the divorce process and her experience with clients. It can also be read in […]

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Is Divorce Harder For The Person Leaving (The Dumper) Or For The One Being Left Behind (The Dumpee)?

Is Divorce Harder For The Person Leaving (The Dumper) Or For The One Being Left Behind (The Dumpee)?   Regardless of whether you are the spouse that wanted the divorce or not. Leaving a marriage is difficult for everyone.  In this post, Dr. Deborah Hecker shares her perspective on the varying effects of  divorce on […]

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Should We Stay Together For The Children?

Should We Stay Together For The Children? Contemplating divorce when children are involved changes the dynamic of the decision making process.  Some parents stay together until their children are grown, others divorce while their kids are young. The decision is personal and a difficult one to make. Should you stay together for your kids?  In […]

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The Pros



How to Pick The Right Financial Advisor For You, An Interview with Stephanie McCullough

How to Pick The Right Financial Advisor For You, An Interview with Stephanie McCullough   Stephanie McCullough is a financial advisor and the Founder of Sofia Financial, a holistic financial planning and investment management firm based in Pennsylvania.  Stephanie works with clients in all 50 states and she has committed her practice to creating a […]

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The Importance of Healthy Co-Parenting After Divorce, An Interview with Dr. Allison Bell

The Importance of Healthy Co-Parenting After Divorce, An Interview with Dr. Allison Bell Dr. Allison Bell is a psychologist, parenting expert, therapist (for couples and children), mediator and divorce coach in New York.  Dr. Bell’s divorce practice grew out of her initial training as a clinical psychologist. She has been a forensic custody evaluator for […]

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Introducing, OurFamilyWizard® — A Tool for Co-Parents

Introducing, OurFamilyWizard® — A Tool for Co-Parents Launched in 1999, OurFamilyWizard® has been helping divorcing families navigate the details of co-parenting for two decades. The OurFamilyWizard® offers co-parents a comprehensive suite of tools including a shared calendar, a message board, an expenses log, a journal, an information bank and has become a court-ordered technology tool. […]

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Legal



How to Find a Divorce Lawyer, and Why Finding the Right One Matters

How to Find a Divorce Lawyer, and Why Finding the Right One Matters You have finally made the tough decision that you are ready to start the divorce process.  You know that you are going to need a divorce attorney, so that clearly becomes your next step. Finding a divorce  lawyer to help you is […]

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Overcoming Divorce Anguish – There Should Be An App For That

Overcoming Divorce Anguish – There Should Be An App For That Fifteen years ago the internet was just finding its way into the family home, but today we carry constant connectivity and convenience in the palm of our hand. Life has never been more efficient and consumers have adapted to expect the smoothest experience technology […]

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Finance



How Much Money Do I Need to Retire? Financial Advice from Founder and CEO of Sofia Financial, Stephanie McCullough

How Much Money Do I Need to Retire? Financial Advice from Founder and CEO of Sofia Financial, Stephanie McCullough Stephanie McCullough, Founder and CEO of Sofia Financial, has seen a lot of clients who are dealing with divorce. While the advice below applies to anyone aiming towards a retirement goal, it’s especially important for those […]

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Three Tips to Improve the Outcome of Your Divorce

Three Tips to Improve the Outcome of Your Divorce Since 2010, I have assisted hundreds of individuals with their divorce, helping them to make smart decisions and avoid financial mistakes in the process. While I have encountered many challenging and unique divorces, the majority of my clients improved their divorce outcome and experience simply by […]

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Coaching



How This Divorce Lawyer Faced Her Own Divorce

How This Divorce Lawyer Faced Her Own Divorce Even as an experienced divorce attorney, Sonia Queralt, co-founder of Divorceify, struggled to navigate the emotional waters of her own divorce.  In this article, Sonia shares her story along with key tips for coping with and overcoming challenges in your divorce. “DIVORCE” — it had crossed my […]

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Wellness



The Good Divorce

The Good Divorce Dr. Allison J. Bell, Psy.D. has a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University and a Master’s degree in dance/movement therapy from Hunter College. She has been in private practice in Westchester County, N.Y. since 1987, and is specialty-trained in child psychology, neuropsychological evaluation of children and marital therapy.  In this […]

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From The Jeff Bezos Divorce To Your Home: Does Divorce Among The Wealth Differ From A Middle-Class Divorce? 

From The Jeff Bezos Divorce To Your Home: Does Divorce Among The Wealth Differ From A Middle-Class Divorce?  When we hear about a new celebrity divorce, we’re inclined to ask for details. Did they have a prenup? Why is the couple divorcing? If they had children, who is gaining custody? But for individuals going through […]

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Dealing With Divorce: 10 Steps To Serenity

Dealing With Divorce: 10 Steps To Serenity Coach, La-Verne Parris, shares her best tips for finding inner peace and self-love in ten steps. This article is excerpted from the book, The Wellness Code: Your Ultimate Guide to Health, Fitness and Nutrition. STEP 1: Be Compassionate With Yourself and Love Yourself Unconditionally This step lies at the […]

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