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Do You Need A Divorce Coach Or A Therapist? Maybe both

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?

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

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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The Pros



The Common Mistakes That People Make When Going Through a Divorce and How to Avoid Making Them, An Interview with Cat Blake

The Common Mistakes That People Make When Going Through a Divorce and How to Avoid Making Them, An Interview with Cat Blake Catharine Blake comes from 20 plus years as a child and family psychotherapist. She turned to training as a Divorce Coach after going through her own high conflict divorce. Catharine coaches those contemplating, […]

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The Importance of Empowerment During the Healing Process After Divorce, An Interview with Martha Bodyfelt

The Importance of Empowerment During the Healing Process After Divorce, An Interview with Martha Bodyfelt Martha Bodyfelt is a divorce coach and the founder of Surviving Your Split based in Washington D.C..  Martha’s practice grew out of her desire to empower women – especially those that have been taught that their own needs didn’t matter. […]

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A CPA That Approaches Financial Disputes Differently: An Interview with Steve Kaplan

A CPA That Approaches Financial Disputes Differently: An Interview with Steve Kaplan Steve Kaplan is a CPA, Business Valuation Expert, Financial Advisor and Founder of S. Kaplan CPA in White Plains, New York. Steve recognizes the harms of divorce and his practice is dedicated to understanding the needs of his clients so that he can […]

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Parenting



Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 2)

Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 2) An Interview With Parenting Expert And Coach, Christina McGhee In part 1 of our Interview with internationally recognized divorce coach, parenting expert, speaker, author and divorceify professional,Christina McGhee, we focused on what alienation is and how to identify it.  In part 2 we delve into proactive […]

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Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 1)

Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 1). An Interview With Parenting Expert And Coach, Christina McGhee There are many challenges to the parent-child dynamic that arise during divorce and in its aftermath.  One such dynamic is known as parental alienation syndrome or PAS, where one parent becomes rejected by the child and the […]

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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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Wellness



Feeling burnt out? This expert will tell you how to manage burnout during the divorce process

Feeling burnt out? This expert will tell you how to manage burnout during the divorce process  Are you a divorce professional? Getting divorced is one of the most emotionally challenging and technically complex traumas your clients experience in their lifetime.  As a professional helping your clients navigate these muddy, unchartered waters, you are their first […]

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The Benefits of Partnering with a Divorce Coach

The Benefits of Partnering with a Divorce Coach Building the right team to navigate your divorce is crucial to maintaining your sanity, improving your outcome and managing the costs of your divorce. One important teammate to have on your team is a divorce coach who can help you manage the emotional and logistical aspects of […]

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The Secret Lives of Therapists: How They Practice Self-Care

The Secret Lives of Therapists: How They Practice Self-Care These days there is only one thing that is certain…uncertainty. Keeping your social distance, dealing with isolation, worries about job security, health and so much more, has created painful uncertainty and enormous stress for most of us who aren’t used  to managing this unpredictability. In this […]

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Finance



Is It Time To Refinance Your Mortgage? Here Are 6 Things To Consider

Is It Time To Refinance Your Mortgage? Here Are 6 Things To Consider Should I refinance my mortgage? You might find yourself asking this question now that mortgage loan rates are nearing historic lows, especially since real estate is likely one of your biggest expenses.  Financial Planner at Cultivating Wealth, Nannette Kamien, will walk you […]

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Forbearance: What It Is and What It Isn’t

Forbearance: What It Is and What It Isn’t Mortgages are one of the biggest expenses many of us have. These days paying that mortgage is challenging for many.  While the government is offering forbearance as one method of relief, it’s crucial to understand what that means and the implications it will have for you. Hear […]

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Help Is on the Way – Understanding the CARES Act

Help Is on the Way – Understanding the CARES Act   In a time of financial uncertainty – it’s important to step back, breathe, and formulate a game plan for the short term.  Financial planner and Divorceify professional, Sara Stanich, discusses how to manage financial volatility during the Coronavirus pandemic – delving into the CARES […]

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Legal



Filing for divorce in NY during Coronavirus? Here’s how to file in NY, Queens, Kings or Bronx Counties (NYC)

Filing for divorce in NY? Here’s how to file in NY, Queens, Kings or Bronx Counties (NYC) The New York city courts have not accepted new divorce filings since Gov. Cuomo issued his first “Pause” order back in March. Presently, no new cases can be commenced until May 15. This date will likely be pushed […]

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Getting Divorced in Pennsylvania in Quarantine

Getting Divorced in Pennsylvania in Quarantine On April 1, 2020, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court extended its prior Order for a general, statewide judicial emergency through April 30, 2020 and declared that Pennsylvania Courts “SHALL REMAIN CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.”  The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has provided authorization to the President Judges throughout the Commonwealth to declare […]

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Why You Should Be Mediating Virtually

Why You Should Be Mediating Virtually Dori Shwirtz, Esq., has been a divorce mediator and coach in Florida since 2018. She runs divorceHarmony in Miami Beach, Florida. Dori has helped divorcing and separating couples resolve conflicts concerning all aspects of divorce, by providing virtual mediation and coaching whereby her clients can divorce from the comfort […]

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Tech



Telling Your Relationship Story in Court With TrialLine

Telling Your Relationship Story in Court With TrialLine Family law attorneys know this scene all too well. You’re about to walk into court, but outside the steps, for one last time, you try to remind your client that going through those doors means taking all of the power away from them. From here on out, […]

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Steve Tover, CEO of AnyLaw Brings Free Access to Legal Research For Everyone

Steve Tover, CEO of AnyLaw Brings Free Access to Legal Research For Everyone 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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Erin Levine, CEO of Hello Divorce, Built a New Way to Get Divorced

Erin Levine, CEO of Hello Divorce, Built a New Way to Get Divorced   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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