The 4 Top DON’TS If You Want An Amicable Divorce

You’ve decided you want a divorce.  Perhaps you’ve felt trapped for a long time.  You might ache to be free from the never-ending loneliness and sense of hopelessness – even helplessness – that seems to pervade your every waking moment. You might start to feel a sense of excitement of really living for the first […]

9 Common Misconceptions About Divorce and 5 Powerful Actions to Take Right Now

Divorce is probably one of the most anxiety producing events that you can experience in your lifetime. After all, the only people who really know about the divorce process are lawyers and people who have gone through it.  And from those who went through it, it’s the worst experiences that have the loudest voices.  You […]

Small Business and Divorce: What You Don’t Know Can Cost You

If you own a small business, before you divorce, you need to know how your income would likely be determined.  Here, you’ll learn how and why and how you can save on legal fees in the process. Alimony and child support are often issues to be resolved in divorce.  For instance, a business owner spouse […]

The Top 3 Causes of Hefty Legal Fees In Divorce And How To Avoid Them

Perhaps you’ve heard “horror stories” of divorce from friends and relatives about court cases that went on for years with legal fees into the tens of thousands – and perhaps more. You might mentally try to calculate how much you’re sure you’ll lose if you go ahead with a divorce. Perhaps you’re overwhelmed by the […]

4 Secrets of Successful Negotiations That Everyone Should Know

Very often, negotiations are conducted with an expectation that one party will “win” and the other will “lose.”  At other times, parties focus their energies on trying to give up as little as possible. Neither approach is productive and most often results in an impasse, where the parties are unable to make progress. Here are […]

4 Powerful Tips for Dealing With Difficult People to Maintain Your Sanity

It’s hard enough going through your own personal crisis and processing the emotions that go along with it.  But what do you do when difficult people stand in your way? Perhaps a close friend or relative constantly criticizes you and points out what he or she thinks you should do.    Or you might have […]

5 Empowering Actions to Take Right Now to Save Time and Money in Divorce

You might be reluctant to initiate the divorce process or a necessary change to your divorce agreement where circumstances have changed. You might not know who to call or where to find information.  It can be even more frustrating when you want to keep such details of your personal life private.  You might also be […]

4 Ways To Protect Your Children From A Bitter Divorce

The idea of “winning” in family court is a fallacy.  There are no “winners” and the only losers are your children.  Plain and simple.           Unfortunately, the win-lose mentality is perpetuated by the litigation process.  One parent is the “Plaintiff” and the other is the “Defendant.”  Your children are referred to as “the custody […]

10 New Ways To Avoid Court Before, During, and After Divorce

Divorce can be a very difficult emotional process.  You might feel as if you’ve been punched in the stomach or as if the rug has been pulled from right underneath your feet.  You may become overwhelmed as you try to figure out what to do next. What many might not realize is that the term […]

New Legal Service Puts Divorcing Spouses In The Driver’s Seat When Resolving Financial Issues Out Of Court

The financial issues to be addressed in any divorce agreement typically involve any or all of the following: alimony, child support, division of marital assets and debts, and payment of college expenses and other expenses for the children. We are now offering the “financial settlement plan” for those who have decided to divorce and want […]