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Communicating By Divorce Email

Email Pix The advantages and disadvantages of communicating by email when divorcing should be considered. We often try to minimize conflict or simply don't want to deal with it. So sometimes it's easier to send a divorce email and not have to deal with the reaction of your...
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Beyond Finances in Divorce

Picture Is It Really About the Money? Money, money money.  Money makes the world go 'round but often when couples fight about money the conflict isn’t actually about money at all. Money provokes all kinds of emotions including fear, greed and the need for power, just to name a...
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Dollar Division in Divorce

stock-photo-41798686-heart-shaped-hundred-dollar-bills When it comes to the division of dollars in divorce it's important to understand that not assets measure up, dollar for dollar. Often times, one spouse will want to keep more of one asset and swap out another. One spouse may want to keep the matrimonial home...
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Divorced? About to Be? There’s an App for That!

If you are divorced, and have kids to plan for, there may be an app for that. Seems there's an app for almost everything these days. If you're recently divorced, or about to be, there are many options to help parents to co-parent without even having to talk much. These apps or...
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Return on Your Relationship Investment

Return on your Relationship Investment is brought to you by Guest Blogger, Ganga Daryanani, RSW from Holistic Counsel

Ganga's Picture We’re all looking for that great vehicle to invest our dollars. We want little or no risk but with large returns. Where should I invest? How much? Who...

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Early Neutral Consultations, Navigating Your Divorce

Navigating your divorce can be painstaking, especially when you are expected to understand the way things work from a legal requirement perspective. If you've never been divorced before why should you know, right? Early Neutral Consultations help divorcees understand the road map and can have many beneficial effects from process choice, asset distribution and...
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Who’s Divorce Is It, Anyways?

Who's divorce is it, anyways, when getting a legal divorce entrenches us in process? No worries, I can see that this sentence is confusing. Let me explain. Whether you chose to litigate, mediation, collaborate or arbitrate your divorce, there are some similarities in the information that is required in order to attain...
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Divorce ~ As Seen on TV

Divorce, as seen on TV, gives rise to conflict to create drama. It keeps the watcher engaged, right? However, that's what some people think it's really like. Conflict, threats, drama and the legal team taking hold of your family matters and running amok with your potential future choices; that's the perception. I've had a number...
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Why Choose Mediation?

Why would you want to choose mediation to resolve your marriage? Some people are unaware of the different process choices that are available to them once they decide to end their marriage. That's no surprise, unless they've had to face this difficult life transition before, right? And yet, when I speak to some...
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