Three Tips for Writing a Parenting Plan

Three Tips for Writing a Parenting Plan

Going through a divorce can be very hard for everyone involved. On days when you feel that a lot is out of control– it’s likely that your children feel the same way. To help restore order and minimize the drama, parents can help by putting the new “rules of order” in writing. Continue reading →

New Divorce Guidebook Available

New Divorce Guidebook Available

Check out this new guidebook on divorce that ARAG® is making available to help people understand their legal issues. The Overview of Divorce focuses on the legal decisions couples need to make about property, debt and most importantly, children.

If you, or someone you know, is considering divorce, download this free high level overview so you can better understand the issues and make informed decisions.

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Four Tips For Talking About Your Troubled Marriage

Four Tips For Talking About Your Troubled Marriage

When your marriage is in trouble, you may not know who to turn to because the person you would normally turn to in a crisis is the one you are in a crisis with. Most likely you will be overcome with all sorts of feelings that you don’t know how to deal with. Talking it through can be very helpful, but you should be mindful of who you talk to.  Here are four tips to keep in mind when talking about your troubled marriage. Continue reading →

You 2.0

You 2.0

As the final in a three-part series to address the evolution of your health, wealth and personal identity post-split, this article looks at how to find your passion and purpose.

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Three Tips to Get Your Financial House in Order

Three Tips to Get Your Financial House in Order

You may have increased anxiety about dealing with your finances because your new “single” marital status makes it appear that you are facing this responsibility alone. However, this is patently untrue.  A poignant acronym that I often share with my clients is: FEAR is just False Evidence Appearing Real. Continue reading →