Monthly Archives: August 2015

August 31, 2015

So You Think You Want a Divorce

Categories: DivorceFamily Law

Did you wake up today and think to yourself, out of the blue, “I want a divorce.”? Not likely. Often divorce lingers in one’s mind and consumes one’s thoughts more months, even years. Contemplating divorce involves a lengthy process of Continue reading…

August 28, 2015

Getting Unmarried: 5 Tips for Managing the Cost Of Divorce

Your divorce, regardless of process will not be free. While a free divorce is impossible you can self manage many of the costs of your divorce. In my work as a financial neutral working with couples and individuals going through Continue reading…

August 27, 2015

Divorce: Preserving What You Can

Categories: Divorce

Divorce means loss. It cannot be denied that a marriage is ending. However, the actual process of divorce can be one of preserving many things that do not have to be lost; including the well-being of your children, your emotional Continue reading…

August 26, 2015

The Importance of Attachment: Part I

Attachment is the term used to describe the emotional relationship between two people.  The earliest and most significant attachment develops between an infant and his or her primary caregivers.  This attachment is based on how consistently, accurately and soothingly the Continue reading…

August 25, 2015

The Role of Integrity in Collaborative Divorce

The Role of Integrity in the Collaborative Divorce Integrity is a concept not routinely addressed in the context of obtaining a divorce. It has only been more recently that collaborative law has begun to consider the concept of love as Continue reading…

August 24, 2015

When You Feel Helpless, Help Someone

Divorce brings up many feelings, including feeling helpless. Sometimes you feel like your life is spinning out of your own control and you are left helpless. There is a quote by Aung San Suu Kyi that reads, “When you feel Continue reading…

August 23, 2015

Shared Narrative: How to Talk About Divorce

In a divorce, parents often wonder how to tell the children about the dissolution.  This can be particularly difficult if the parents have a strained relationship or if the parents disagree on divorcing. Research shows that coming up with positive Continue reading…

August 21, 2015

How to Interview a Divorce Lawyer

If you are facing the possibility of a divorce, choosing a divorce lawyer could be one of the most important decisions in your life. Divorce is unfair. It forces you to make some of the most difficult decisions in your Continue reading…

August 19, 2015

The Value of a Wise Investment

I’m not always a very wise shopper.  I tend to fall into the trap of thinking something is a good deal if I save money.  And at least in the short term, my cheaper purchase may do just fine. But Continue reading…

August 18, 2015

What it Means to go to Trial in a Divorce

Our last blog post from Daisy Camp discussed ways you can avoid going to trial in a divorce. The last thing anyone wants is to go to trial, but sometimes going to trial is simply unavoidable. The good thing is, Continue reading…