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DIY + Divorce: Is It Right For Everyone?

DIY + Divorce: Is It Right For Everyone? Do-it-yourself Divorce (DIY Divorce) is easy enough when a couple has no assets, debts, or children.  However, if a divorcing couple has children and or needs to divide assets and debts, then DIY+ is the smartest and least expensive way to divorce. DIY+ is a means of […]

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Co-Parenting During the Holidays: 7 Tips To Avoid Santa’s Naughty List

Co-Parenting During the Holidays: 7 Tips To Avoid Santa’s Naughty List. Holiday season 2020 is upon us and celebrations can bring added stress to separating and  divorcing parents who are in conflict. Add a pandemic into the mix and the merriest season  becomes a pressure cooker.  What leads to conflict? Unless parents already have an […]

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Feeling anxious about the holiday season? Bring calm and clarity with these 4 tips

Feeling anxious about the holiday season? Bring calm and clarity with these 4 tips. This holiday season looks a little bit different this year for everyone. But if you are getting divorced or recently divorced, there are added nuances that might make the holidays feel like a challenge. Maybe you are feeling sad that you […]

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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



The Kids are OK

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

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

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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Wellness



Unspouse The House

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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How To Access Your Inner Strength During Divorce

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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When Will I Be Ready To Date Again After Divorce?

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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Finance



5 Tips To Consider When Dividing Real Estate In A Divorce

5 Tips To Consider When Dividing Real Estate In A Divorce. Divorce is expensive, right?! You are going from one home to two on the same income.  You don’t want your standard of living to drop so you need every penny from the sale of the marital home.  You might also be wondering, who gets […]

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5 Ways to Navigate Home Maintenance During Divorce

5 Ways to Navigate Home Maintenance During Divorce. If you decide to sell your home in a divorce, there are often maintenance and repair costs you’ll need to put into your house,  before it’s ready to go on the market.  Who is responsible for carrying those costs? Hear from real estate professional, Leslie Glazier, about […]

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Four Tips To Finding the Right Realtor During A Divorce

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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Legal



Who Gets to Live in the Family Home During a Divorce

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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Finding The Right Divorce Lawyer, and Why It Matters

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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This Little Known Step Can Change Your Divorce

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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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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