“Will I be able to stop working someday and still support myself?” The good news is that you actually have a significant amount of control over your financial future.
Author: Stephanie McCullough, Founder and CEO Sofia Financial
Divorce is less likely to seriously traumatize the dissolving family when both the legal and emotional issues of divorce are addressed. Attorney-mental health coach teams are used as an effective vehicle to help minimize the stress of the divorce experience.
Author: Dr. Deborah Hecker, “Yours, Mine, Ours: Romantic Partnership Done Right.”
I’ve given it a lot of thought, and I’ve come to realize that marriage, like divorce, can be as unique as the family it serves. There are “traditional” marriages, plural marriages, open marriages, same-sex marriages, child marriages, arranged marriages, common-law marriages… the list goes on. It’s hard to take a stance against something which shape shifts to serve so many.
Author: Tara Eisenhard, Relative Evolutions
I have worked with individuals at every stage of the divorce process – from those who are still contemplating divorce to those who divorced long ago and are now confronting unintended consequences arising from mistakes that were made during their divorce negotiations. Common across all the above is the lack of attention to post-divorce budgeting while important (and final) financial decisions are being made. The single biggest contributor to a mistake-free divorce is taking time to prepare a post-separation budget.
Author: Adam Waitkevich, Divorce Financial Solutions, LLC.
I truly believe that, with sufficient knowledge and help, individuals are usually capable of creating reasonable solutions without court assistance. In fact, in most situations, individuals are better situated than a third party, such as a court, to create an agreement that specifically addresses the unique needs of their family.
Author: Bryana Turner, Turner Divorce Mediation, PC