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How This Divorce Lawyer Faced Her Own Divorce
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 Sonia Queralt

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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The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Divorce: Benefits And Pitfalls
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 Cary Jacobson

The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Divorce: Benefits And Pitfalls.   We live in the age of do-it-yourself (DIY) projects. From home improvements to getting divorced, the power of technology and the internet has given us the gift of getting things done on our own and from just about anywhere.  But educating yourself about any DIY process is […]

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Divorce and Finances: SMART Money Moves for Women AFTER Divorce
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 Stephanie McCullough

Divorce and Finances: SMART Money Moves for Women AFTER Divorce Stephanie McCullough, Founder and CEO of Sofia Financial, has seen a lot of clients who are dealing with divorce. In the article below, Stephanie shares tips on how women can make smart financial decisions after divorce. This article originally appeared on sofiafinancial.com. You’re through it. […]

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What Happens To Your Pets When You Get Divorced?
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 Karis Nafte

What Happens To Your Pets When You Get Divorced? What happens to your dog, cat, fish, or any pet during your divorce? Pet consultant, Karis Nafte, discusses the effect of divorce on your pets and the considerations you should make when deciding what happens to your pet in divorce. This article originally appeared on Medium. […]

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3 Steps To Healthy Change and Growth in Your Personal Life
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

3 Steps To Healthy Change and Growth in Your Personal Life. Resilience is one of the most beneficial traits we should deliberately cultivate. In life, we encounter many challenges, but if we are resilient, we have the tools to face a problem and navigate through its challenges – problem solving effectively for better outcomes. Coach, […]

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Divorced Dad’s Guide To A Happy Father’s Day
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 Jacqui Atcheson

Divorced Dad’s Guide To A Happy Father’s Day Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are two of the most emotional days for divorced parents. Today, let’s concentrate on the dads.  Divorce can trigger highly charged and sensitive feelings. Whatever the reason for the split, these feelings are very real and painful for the non-custodial father. He […]

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A Grey Divorce? What You Need To Know
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 Jacqui Atcheson

A Grey Divorce? What You Need To Know. Getting divorced over the age of fifty is more common than you think and it comes with its own set of challenges.  As a mature, long term marriage, often with grown children – comes to an end, there are emotional and financial complexities to consider.  Certified Divorce […]

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Are You Sure You Want A Divorce? A Mediator’s Questions
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 Dori Shwirtz

Are You Sure You Want A Divorce? A Mediator’s Questions. It’s safe to say we are living in precarious times at the moment. There is more stress than usual with the pandemic still in full effect and the rise of important social issues that seem to have reached their tipping point.  What does this all […]

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The Benefits of Using a Divorce Coach
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 Susan Kiernan

The Benefits of Using a Divorce Coach Hear from divorce coach, Susan Kiernan about a valuable partner who can guide you through your divorce – a certified divorce coach.  This article originally appeared on Divorce Mistakes Network. I threw in the towel. I did. I gave up on my divorce negotiations because the desire to […]

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How Marital Mediation Can Help You Communicate Better
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

How Marital Mediation Can Help You Communicate Better One of the greatest challenges in a marriage is effective communication. You might feel like your marriage is struggling, but you may not want to get divorced.  Coach and mediator, Jennifer Warren Medwin, explains how marital mediation can help you if you are hoping to find a […]

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Bruce Willis Quarantining with Demi Moore and Adult Daughters: How to Prioritize First and Second Families During Pandemic
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 Tracy Ross, Divorceify Resident Relationship Expert

 Bruce Willis Quarantining with Demi Moore and Adult Daughters:  How to Prioritize First and Second Families During Pandemic. The tabloids and the public can’t get enough of the photos of Bruce Willis quarantining with Demi Moore and their adult daughters. Clad in matching striped pajamas we see them smiling and having dance parties. What could […]

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What Custody Arrangements Miss: The Mental Load
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 Elizabeth Erickson

What Custody Arrangements Miss: The Mental Load. As a mother you are constantly juggling millions of incremental tasks – from the minute details to the big picture decisions of your children’s lives. Matrimonial attorney, and Divorceify professional, Elizabeth Erickson, discusses a nuance that we often don’t consider, but should, when designing co-parenting agreements and custody […]

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11 Questions To Ask When Hiring a Real Estate Agent During Your Divorce
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 Leslie Glazier

11 Questions To Ask When Hiring a Real Estate Agent During Your Divorce Getting divorced comes with many challenges – emotional, legal, financial and logistical. It’s crucial that you surround yourself with professionals that have specific expertise to address each of these facets.  When it comes to your home, you might feel very emotionally attached, […]

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Dating After Divorce: Three Ways To Tell Your Kids You Are Dating Again
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 Rosalind Sedacca

Dating After Divorce: Three Ways To Tell Your Kids You Are Dating Again It probably took a lot of courage, but you are finally thinking about dating after divorce. Maybe you are ready to go on that zoom date, swipe through that dating app or go out on a good old traditional date.  But how […]

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How To Effectively L.E.A.N. Into Uncertainty
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

How To Effectively L.E.A.N. Into Uncertainty.   One thing many of us crave during times of uncertainty is predictability and stability. It helps us feel in control of the uncontrollable and feel more secure.  Coach and mediator Jennifer Warren Medwin, walks us through the L.E.A.N. framework to help us effectively deal with uncertainty.  This article originally […]

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COVID-19, Family Law & Real Estate: What You Should Know
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 Leslie Glazier

COVID-19, Family Law & Real Estate: What You Should Know. Real estate is one of the biggest assets people own. So it should come as no surprise that dealing with real estate in a family law matter is a significant component of the divorce process.  But what happens now during Covid-19? Are real estate matters […]

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Do You Know What Your Preferred Conflict Management Style Is?
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

Do You Know What Your Preferred Conflict Management Style Is? Are you aware of how you deal with differences when they arise with your spouse?  Are you conscious of your behavior or gut reaction when you disagree with your spouse? Well, you should be if you want to position yourself for a more efficient and […]

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How to File an Uncontested Divorce In Maryland
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 Cary Jacobson

How to File an Uncontested Divorce In Maryland. Are you filing for divorce in Maryland? Every state has different filing procedures and requirements. Hear from Divorceify professional, attorney and Mediator, Cary Jacobson about the details and procedural aspects of filing an uncontested divorce in Maryland. This article originally appeared on the Jacobson Family Law blog. […]

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Is Your Marriage Worth Doing Everything You Can to Save It?
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

 Is Your Marriage Worth Doing Everything You Can to Save It? Are you struggling in your marriage? Marital counseling is not the only way to work through the challenges of your marriage.  Hear from Divorceify professional and coach, Jennifer Warren Medwin, about alternative dispute resolution options such as using marital mediation in addition to marital […]

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How To Get Divorced In New Jersey
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 Melissa Fecak

How To Get Divorced In New Jersey Before filing for divorce in New Jersey with the courts, you should first consider “how” you want to get divorced.  With courts having limitations on their ability to hear cases and move them along in a reasonable timeframe, it is even more important for spouses to consider alternate […]

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These 6 Empowering Words Will Change Your Self Perception And How The World Views You
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

These 6 Empowering Words Will Change Your Self Perception And How The World Views You How you perceive yourself impacts the way you speak and act.  How you speak and act shapes the way others perceive you.  Divorceify professional and coach, Jennifer Warren Medwin, explains how these 6 words can transform the way you perceive […]

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Nicole Noonan, CEO of New Chapter Capital, Helps Divorce Clients Afford Legal Help
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 Nicole Noonan

Nicole Noonan, CEO of New Chapter Capital, Helps Divorce Clients Afford Legal Help   Divorce is emotional, confusing, time-consuming, expensive, and above all else — stressful.  While no one can wave a magic wand and make divorce easy, we can (and should!) be cost sensitive and efficient — harnessing technology and modern techniques to save our […]

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