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

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
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 Sonia Queralt

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
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 Casey Rose Shevin

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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The Importance of Discernment Counseling, An Interview with Tracy Ross
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 Sonia Queralt

The Importance of Discernment Counseling, An Interview with Tracy Ross Tracy Ross is a therapist and parenting expert in New York.  Tracy works to Redesign Relationships through Discernment Counseling and her work as a specialist in Collaborative  Divorce. Tracy supports her clients in transitioning from being a romantic couple to that of being individuals leading […]

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How a Divorce Coach Can Help With The Emotional Aspects of Divorce, An Interview with Marc Miller
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 Sonia Queralt

How a Divorce Coach Can Help With The Emotional Aspects of Divorce, An Interview with Marc Miller Marc Miller is a certified divorce coach and non-attorney mediator in Long Island, New York.  Marc is committed to helping both women and men who are at various stages of the divorce process to get a better handle […]

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Find Your Divorce Tribe: Advice from Elise Pettus, Founder of UNtied
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Find Your Divorce Tribe: Advice from Elise Pettus, Founder of UNtied Elise Pettus is a divorced mother of two whose own divorce inspired her to found UNtied, a divorce support group that educates and empowers its members through community and education. Read Elise’s take on the divorce process, community, and the importance of learning from […]

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How to Avoid Divorce Court Through the Collaborative Law Process, An Interview with Sharon Faulkner
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 Sonia Queralt

How to Avoid Divorce Court Through the Collaborative Law Process, An Interview with Sharon Faulkner Sharon Faulkner is a divorce attorney in New York, practicing at Ostertag O’Leary Barrett & Faulkner.  Sharon offers a wide range of legal services in family law from litigation to Collaborative Law. Sharon is known for working with her clients […]

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The Importance of Interviewing Divorce Attorneys, An Interview with Ariella Deutsch
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 Sonia Queralt

The Importance of Interviewing Divorce Attorneys, An Interview with Ariella Deutsch Ariella Deutsch is a divorce attorney in New York City, practicing at Goldweber Epstein LLP.  Ariella offers a wide range of legal services in family law from litigation to representing clients as a consulting/review attorney.  Ariella is known is known for helping her clients […]

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Divorce and Financial Planning: An Interview with Financial Advisor Professional, Adam Waitkevich
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 Sonia Queralt

Divorce and Financial Planning: An Interview with Financial Advisor Professional, Adam Waitkevich   Adam Waitkevich is the owner of Divorce Financial Solutions, LLC. Adam is a seasoned financial expert in divorce and financial planning. He holds the CFP credentials as well as the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and Advanced Divorce Financial Analyst designations. He has […]

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How to Use Your Strengths in Your Divorce, An Interview with New York City Divorce Coach Kristin Davin
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 Casey Rose Shevin

How to Use Your Strengths in Your Divorce, An Interview with New York City Divorce Coach Kristin Davin Kristin Davin is a psychologist and divorce coach in New York City. Kristin predominantly works with individuals, but also sees couples and has done an abundance of work with families going through the divorce process. Kristin has […]

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When Divorce Mediation Is (and Isn’t) The Right Fit, Part Two of an Interview with Divorce Attorney-Mediator Rachel Green
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 Casey Rose Shevin

When Divorce Mediation Is (and Isn’t) The Right Fit, Part Two of an Interview with Divorce Attorney-Mediator Rachel Green Rachel Green is a well-known family and divorce attorney-mediator located in Brooklyn, New York. Rachel was trained as a divorce litigator but left litigation to found her own law practice offering divorce mediation and collaborative law […]

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Divorce and Real Estate Division: Customizing the Real Estate Process for Each Client, An Interview with Real Estate Professional, Justin DiGiulio
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 Sonia Queralt

Divorce and Real Estate Division: Customizing the Real Estate Process for Each Client, An Interview with Real Estate Professional, Justin DiGiulio Justin DiGiulio is the owner and principal broker of DiGiulio Group Real Estate based out of New York City. Justin manages a diverse team of agents with international roots that bring in clientele from […]

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Coping with Divorce: Advice from Divorce Coach Cherie Morris
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Coping with Divorce: Advice from Divorce Coach Cherie Morris Cherie is a former attorney whose own divorce inspired her to become a parent coordinator and certified divorce coach. Cherie works with individuals and couples in every stage of divorce and co-parenting. As a divorce coach, Cherie is a true partner — making herself available to […]

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When Divorce Mediation Is (and Isn’t) The Right Fit, Part One of an Interview with Divorce Attorney-Mediator Rachel Green
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 Casey Rose Shevin

When Divorce Mediation Is (and Isn’t) The Right Fit, Part One of an Interview with Divorce Attorney-Mediator Rachel Green Rachel Green is a well-known family and divorce attorney-mediator located in Brooklyn, New York. Rachel was trained as a litigator but left litigation to found her own law practice offering divorce mediation and collaborative law as […]

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Men’s Emotions and Divorce: Why One Therapist Specializes in Men’s Support Groups, An Interview with Dr. Norman Wyloge
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 Sonia Queralt

Men’s Emotions and Divorce: Why One Therapist Specializes in Men’s Support Groups, An Interview with Dr. Norman Wyloge Dr. Norman Wyloge is a Therapist/Psychoanalyst in New York City who works with individuals and couples.  Dr. Wyloge specializes in working with divorced and separated men in a supportive group setting. Dr. Wyloge is known for his […]

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The Pivotal Role of a Divorce Coach When Transitioning Through Divorce, An Interview with Shannon McGorry
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 Sonia Queralt

The Pivotal Role of a Divorce Coach When Transitioning Through Divorce, An Interview with Shannon McGorry Shannon McGorry is a divorce coach based in Pennsylvania who specializes in working with women throughout the United States.  Her practice is centered on the concept of creating a Powerful Shift in Focus.  Shannon’s unique philosophy centered on each […]

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Tips for Co-Parenting After Divorce: An Interview with Certified Divorce Coach Paulette Harwood
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 Sonia Queralt

Tips for Co-Parenting After Divorce: An Interview with Certified Divorce Coach Paulette Harwood Paulette Harwood is a certified divorce coach based in Massachusetts. Paulette works with all types of clients but specializes in working with ambitious professional women in high-conflict divorces. Paulette’s goal for her clients is to come out the other side of divorce […]

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Managing Finances After Divorce: An Interview with Chris Wiegand
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Managing Finances After Divorce: An Interview with Chris Wiegand Chris Wiegand is a financial advisor at Newbridge Wealth Management in Pennsylvania. Chris works with a variety of clients as they work on managing finances after divorce. Some of his clients are entering retirement and others that have just started to think about their financial future. […]

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How to Prepare for Divorce: Advice from New York City Divorce Attorney Elizabeth Erickson
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 Casey Rose Shevin

How to Prepare for Divorce: Advice from New York City Divorce Attorney Elizabeth Erickson Elizabeth Erickson is an experienced divorce lawyer practicing at Warshaw Burstein in New York City. Her approachable and friendly demeanor makes her easy to confide in, but her strong legal skills make her a formidable advocate. With more than a decade […]

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Endings Aren’t Failures, An Interview with Marriage Therapist Maura Matarese (Part Two of a Two Part Series)
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Endings Aren’t Failures, An Interview with Marriage Therapist Maura Matarese (Part Two of a Two Part Series) Maura Matarese is a Massachusetts based therapist who helps individuals and couples navigate the muddy waters of relationships. Maura is a licensed mental health counselor and registered yoga teacher who helps her clients understand the underlying cause of […]

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Worried About How Much It Costs to Get a Divorce? Here’s A Lawyer That Wants to Help Control Your Expenses
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Worried About How Much It Costs to Get a Divorce? Here’s A Lawyer That Wants to Help Control Your Expenses Meaghan Carey is a divorce attorney in New York City, practicing at O’Reilly Stoutenburg and Richards LLP. Meaghan offers a range of legal services in family law from full litigation to consultation during divorce mediation. […]

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Endings Aren’t Failures, An Interview with Therapist Maura Matarese (Part One of a Two-Part Series)
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Endings Aren’t Failures, An Interview with Therapist Maura Matarese (Part One of a Two-Part Series) Maura Matarese is a therapist in Massachusetts who helps individuals and couples navigate the muddy waters of relationships. Maura is a licensed mental health counselor and registered yoga teacher who helps her clients understand the underlying cause of their current […]

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