Category Archives: Divorce

August 18, 2018

Reduced Fee Divorce – For Couples Who Want a Respectful, Collaborative Divorce

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If you want a respectful, affordable and uncontested divorce without breaking the bank, you’ll want to consider a Collaborative Divorce. Do you have a reasonable level of trust and ability to work together with your spous if you have the Continue reading…

July 15, 2018

How Can a Mortgage Professional Help With Divorce?

It goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway…divorces are complicated! There are many questions that an experienced mortgage professional can help answer before you finalize your divorce. For example: Can one of us afford the family home or do Continue reading…

June 30, 2018

Negotiating Better Outcomes in Divorce

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Understanding the difference between interests and positions could make all of the difference in helping you negotiate a better outcome in your divorce. Position-Based Bargaining: Most people have a tendency to negotiate by arguing in favor of their positions. In Continue reading…

June 15, 2018

Uncontested Divorce: Should We do it Ourselves?

Have you ever wondered about how to do something that felt daunting but maybe not super complicated (baking a perfect soufflé, building a patio, learning to golf) and decided to follow the advice to “Just look on YouTube!”  So you Continue reading…

June 1, 2018

Top Tips to help you Thrive Financially

Your divorce is over. It’s time to start sorting through all the things you need to do, to get your financial life in order.  Here are just a few tips to help you thrive financially, as you move into this Continue reading…

May 20, 2018

ASD, Lockdowns, and Valentine’s Day 2018 – Part 2

April is Autism Awareness Month, the two month anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, and the 19th anniversary of Columbine.  Why talk about ASD and school shootings in the same sentence?  And why a divorce blog?  I Continue reading…

April 8, 2018

Counseling at Law (part 2)

Last time I wrote about some of the realities of the divorce process and some of the different ways by which a final divorce decree can be created.  It may have come as a surprise to learn that a couple Continue reading…

March 18, 2018

Counselling at Law

I am a Counselor at Law. I have been for more than 37 years, although I’m not sure how valuable my counsel would have been then. Today, most of the questions I’m asked center around divorce. -My wife/husband wants a Continue reading…

February 22, 2018

Unbundled Divorce: Getting just the right amount of legal help

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There is a “new” way of going through divorce that puts clients in charge.  It’s called “Unbundled Legal Service” and it means that the clients get to have legal advice without having the lawyers take over the full case.  This Continue reading…

February 3, 2018

Should Your Spousal Support Increase with the Cost of Living?

Spousal support that lasts more than a couple years may be subject to cost of living adjustments (COLAs).  This is negotiated as part of your divorce settlement. As the cost of living goes up, spousal support can increase as well, Continue reading…