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coParent Divorce Therapy

It goes without saying that divorce, especially for a parent, is an emotional and stressful

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Planning Your Financial Future After Divorce

The Certified Divorce Financial Advisor (CDFA) consultants traditionally work with people to plan their future

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Seeking a Collaborative Divorce Attorney 

Much of what you will need to know and ask about for the collaborative divorce

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coParents: What to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

When you have found a divorce attorney (if you must have one), make sure you

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Divorce Attorney

When You (Absolutely) Need a Divorce Attorney

A divorce attorney will likely be one of the biggest investments in your divorce. I

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Training Exercise for coParent Self Care

It’s time to set up your own self-care plan! This will be the easiest thing

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Forming Supportive Friendships, During and After Divorce

Divorce is not a solitary event. It’s not just you who is affected. It’s not

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Healing Your Emotions After Divorce

Blech! You may be so sick to death of your emotions right now that you

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Replenish Your Spirit, coParent

The definition of spirit or soul to me is the essence of who you are.

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Top Truths About coParent Care of the Self

I have had many conversations over the years with people who make exercise and fitness

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8 Top Tips for a coParent’s Rest and Rejuvenation

Sleep. The elusive muse to soul restoration. You know those lucky people who fall asleep

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coParents’ Important Care of the Body

One of the biggest slips for people in general but even more so for stressed

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The coParent’s Care of the Mind

Following a separation or divorce, your mind is probably buzzing. All. The. Time. It’s making

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Divorce Isn’t Fun – You Need to Take Care of Yourself

You’ve come this far, why not venture just a little bit farther? Divorce is not

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Supporting Yourself After Divorce

Many families are two-income households, so having or getting a job is not an issue.

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Division of Debt After Divorce

Division of debt can be even trickier than the property and assets. It’s not always

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Divorce and Division of Property

Property division following divorce is typically decided just as much by the state as by

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Planning for Divorce’s Inevitable Obstacles

Consider that divorce is a wild race, that anything can and will happen. Blisters. Thunderstorms.

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6 Wants of the coParent’s Child After Divorce

This a great go-to list for understanding of what children need from coParents, following divorce.

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Playing Nice – For the Sake of the Kids

You and your spouse have decided to split up for the sake of the kids.

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Deciding to Divorce – What to Consider

Before you take that left turn down Divorce Lane, it’s important to make the formal

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Should You Try To Salvage Your Marriage?

If you are considering saving your marriage, good for you! In spite of the fact

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Signs Your Marriage is Over

For some, once they have reached the absolute end of their rope, they decide just

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