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Who Gets to Live in the Family Home During a Divorce
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 Divorceify

Who Gets to Live in the Family Home During a Divorce. Your home holds both emotional and financial significance.  So, deciding who gets to stay in the house during a divorce has important implications for your life at a critical moment in time.  You’ll need to decide who keeps the marital home after the divorce.  […]

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Unspouse The House
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 Tracy Ann Moore-Grant

Unspouse The House. You’ve decided to keep your marital home.  What happens next? How do you structure the new ownership of the marital home? How do you reclaim the space as your own? Attorney and mediator, Tracy Ann Moore-Grant, answers these questions and more. This article originally appeared on the Amicable Divorce Network. When a […]

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Four Tips To Finding the Right Realtor During A Divorce
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 DeDe Hallerman

Four Tips To Finding the Right Realtor During A Divorce. Many different professionals are involved in the divorce process. It is essential to choose the right team to ease some of the challenges individuals may be facing during this time. One family could have complex financial concerns, while another could be dealing with issues related […]

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Six Ways To Minimize College Costs and Maximize Savings For Separated and Divorced Parents
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 Vicki Vollweiler

Six Ways To Minimize College Costs and Maximize Savings For Separated and Divorced Parents College is a foundational part of your child’s educational journey to adulthood. How to pay for college though? That’s often daunting and can feel unattainable, especially when getting divorced or separating.  Vicki Vollweiler, a College Financial Aid Specialist and divorced mom, specializes in […]

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Should I Keep Or Sell The House?
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 India Kern

Should I Keep Or Sell The House? One of the biggest financial decisions you’ll make when getting divorced is whether you should keep or sell your home.  But, it’s also an emotional decision.   Divorce coach, India Kern, shows us how to make a smart decision about keeping or selling your home while balancing the […]

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How To Be A Smart Home Buyer in A Seller’s Market
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 Donna Cates

How To Be A Smart Home Buyer in A Seller’s Market. Buying a home for the first time in some U.S. markets is becoming increasingly challenging. In competitive housing markets, the supply of available homes is tight, which means sellers often have the upper hand and home prices are rising above what is typically considered […]

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The Kids are OK
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 India Kern

The Kids are OK. Divorce with kids – it adds a whole new layer of emotional complexity to your divorce. As parents, we often carry a heavy burden to make sure our kids are OK when our marriage is not.  Divorce coach, India Kern, gives you 3 beliefs to adopt that will help you model […]

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Warning: School Zone Ahead
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 Dori Shwirtz

Warning: School Zone Ahead Back to school season can be stressful on its own. Throw in a global pandemic and divorce into the mix and it can get downright ugly. We are delving into uncharted waters with Covid and what we can and cannot do. There are many new issues that have arisen that nobody […]

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Shared Custody for Dogs
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 Karis Nafte

Shared Custody for Dogs. Are you getting divorced and wondering how to share your dog with your ex?  For dog owners, custody is a difficult issue because it is challenging to separate your dog’s needs from your wants. Karis Nafte, a pet custody consultant, discusses the importance of understanding your dog when making a custody […]

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5 Tips To Help Your Kids Get Back To School After Divorce
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 Rosalind Sedacca

5 Tips To Help Your Kids Get Back To School After Divorce Even without the challenges presented by Covid19, returning to school is an especially complex experience for children coping with divorce. Especially if the divorce was announced or took place in recent months.  This article focuses on the emotional impact of divorce on kids […]

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These 3 Tips Can Improve the Outcome of Your Divorce
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 Adam Waitkevich

These 3 Tips Can 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 […]

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How To Access Your Inner Strength During Divorce
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 Gabrielle Hartley

How To Access Your Inner Strength During Divorce. Getting divorced is gut wrenching. It takes a toll on your mind, body, and well-being.  We often forget that self-care is crucial to coping with divorce. In this post, Gabrielle Hartley, a divorce attorney, mediator, coach, author, speaker, and Divorceify professional, talks about the support and techniques […]

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Finding The Right Divorce Lawyer, and Why It Matters
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 Sonia Queralt

Finding The Right Divorce Lawyer, and Why It 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 hard work, but it’s […]

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The Shared Weight Of Parenting
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 Dr. Allison Bell

The Shared Weight Of Parenting 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. […]

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When Will I Be Ready To Date Again After Divorce?
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 Kristin Davin

When Will I Be Ready To Date Again After Divorce? You’ve finally signed those divorce papers…now what? Moving on after divorce presents a new set of challenges, but the path to finding happiness is attainable with the right support and guidance.  In this post, Dr. Kristin Davin, discusses dating after divorce – how you know […]

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Yes, You’re Stuck With Your Co-Parent
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 Shari Bornstein

Yes, You’re Stuck With Your Co-Parent. Representing divorcing parents steeped in conflict reminds me of a line from the Eagles’ song, Hotel California: “you can check out any time you like but you can never leave.” After the adult relationship ends, parents remain bound to each other forever, through the joys of parenthood like graduations, […]

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Keeping Fathers In
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 Dr. Allison Bell

Keeping Fathers In 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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Should I Stay or Should I Go?
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 Cherie Morris

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Do you wonder, more than occasionally, whether you should stay in your marriage or file for a divorce? Is it more than the unavoidable flash of “anything is better than this” anger that flares up when the house is a mess, the kids are out of control, and […]

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Should We Stay Together For The Children?
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 Kristin Davin

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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How Much Money Do I Need to Retire? Financial Advice from Founder and CEO of Sofia Financial, Stephanie McCullough
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 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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Finding Your T.R.U.T.H.
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

Finding Your T.R.U.T.H. Are you finding it difficult to navigate your current life situation? Do you feel further than usual from understanding yourself, your emotions, sticking to your values and thinking clearly?  One of the most powerful tools to navigate life challenges is to maintain clarity around who you are and be honest about what […]

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This Little Known Step Can Change Your Divorce
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 Dori Shwirtz

This Little Known Step Can Change Your Divorce.   Do All Roads Lead to Divorce? Divorce is tricky.  For some, it is the obvious next step for both individuals in the couple. More commonly, a couple is not on the same page when it comes to making the decision to get divorced, but because one […]

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The Psychoanalyst’s Guide To Hiring The Right Divorce Attorney
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 Dr. Deborah Hecker

The Psychoanalyst’s Guide To Hiring The Right Divorce Attorney When it comes to hiring a divorce attorney, I have heard people say, “I want the meanest, toughest attorney I can find. I need a fighter, someone who’ll take out that shark my spouse hired.” That attitude always makes me shudder. A talented divorce attorney doesn’t […]

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Divorce On Your Mind? Prepare With These 4 Steps
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 Jacqui Atcheson

Divorce On Your Mind? Prepare With These 4 Steps.   Have you been thinking about getting divorced for some time but aren’t quite ready?  Maybe you are waiting until the kids are grown or perhaps you haven’t reached a breaking point just yet –  it takes time to get to a place of feeling ready.  […]

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Do You Need A Divorce Coach Or A Therapist? Maybe both
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 Jill Barnett Kaufman

Do You Need A Divorce Coach Or A Therapist? Maybe both. When you’ve decided to divorce and are looking for support, you may look into hiring a divorce coach or finding a therapist. Both a divorce coach and a therapist can be very helpful when you’re going through divorce and feel overwhelmed and stressed by […]

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Home Is Where the Heart Is?
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 Dori Shwirtz

Home Is Where the Heart Is? The family home may or may not be where the heart is, but it’s definitely at the heart of a good number of my divorce mediations. Few issues cause as much emotion and careful deliberation as the question of what to do with the family abode. After all, your […]

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5 Crucial Steps For Divorcing & Divorced Parents
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 Rosalind Sedacca

5 Crucial Steps For Divorcing & Divorced Parents. Rosalind Sedacca, CDC is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, a Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach and author of the acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children — With Love!  In this post, Rosalind shares advice for divorced […]

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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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