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The Crucial Role of Neutrality in Choosing a Real Estate Agent Who Specializes in Divorce

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By Sheri Brown Going through a divorce is undeniably one of life’s most challenging experiences, especially when it involves the division of assets, such as real estate. In such delicate circumstances, the importance of choosing a real estate agent specializing in divorce, who maintains strict neutrality, cannot be overstated. Understanding the Unique Needs: Divorce often […]

Common Questions of the Person Not Wanting to Divorce

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By Jeannine Lee The parent who is surprised by divorce, whom I will call the Heartbroken, will have similar questions to those posed in this blog article [Common Questions of the Person Who Wants to Divorce] about the person who wants the divorce, but the difference is that the answers will have to be discovered […]

Common Questions of The Person Who Wants To Divorce?

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By Jeannine Lee The experiences for those experiencing divorce are different depending on which side of the decision to divorce they find themselves. Do you want the divorce? Dealing with guilt may be a big part of your journey. Friends and family are often unkind to/lack understanding of the one who leaves first. Are you […]

Surviving Survival Mode – Part Two

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This article contains adapted excerpts from Beyond Divorce—Stop the Pain, Rekindle Your Happiness, and Put Purpose Back in Your Life, by Jeannine Lee. Reprinted with permission. Learn more about the book here. [https://jeanninelee.com/my-book/] Suggestions For Surviving Laurence Gonzales, in his book Deep Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies, and Why studied the thoughts and behaviors common to wilderness […]

Why One Lawyer Can’t Represent Both People?

By Sara Ross Though divorce means the end of a marriage, it doesn’t necessarily mean the end of a relationship. Many people transitioning out of marriage will be co-parents (and maybe co-grandparents) for the rest of their lives. Other couples who don’t have children may still have a lot of respect for each other and […]

We Don’t Communicate Well. Can Collaborative Divorce work for us? 

By Jeannine Lee The short answer is Yes. Absolutely. So let’s talk about how. Communication is at the heart of every marriage. In fact, communication breaking down often leads to divorce. The Collaborative Divorce process offers a team model. Collaborative Team Divorces are legal, financial and emotional/relational. The three prongs of the Collaborative Team cover all […]

The Role of a CDFA in Collaborative Divorce

By Patrick Janssen  Unlike most of the traditional separation processes, the collaborative approach to divorce includes a Financial Neutral (FN) that usually holds the designation of Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA). The support that the FN provides is helpful with identifying the most appropriate financial settlement option for both spouses by utilizing the flexibility within […]

Why You Need To Seek Financial Advice Early?

Many can agree that divorce is a major life transition that has far reaching implications—emotionally, legally, and financially. Yet, people often shy away from engaging the appropriate level of professional support to help them navigate the process. This is oftentimes due to concerns around the costliness of divorce. After all, quality professional expertise from attorneys, […]

Choosing A Collaborative Divorce Lawyer

By Amy Stengel Among the many decisions you will face when you and your spouse choose a Collaborative Divorce process is who to select as your Collaborative attorney.  Collaborative law is a process in which parties to a family law dispute collaborate with the support of attorneys working together to ideally reach a full resolution […]