Healthy Divorce: General Rules of Divorce Conduct

Healthy Divorce: General Rules of Divorce Conduct Divorce conduct is something you need to consider If reconciliation is not possible. You (or your spouse) have made the decision that the marriage is irreparable. And divorce is the only option, you should mentally prepare yourself for a challenging emotional journey. There’s somsthing common to hear, but […]

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Healthy Divorce: The Importance of making good decisions during your divorce

Healthy Divorce: The Importance of making good decisions during your divorce How can I be better at divorce than I was at marriage Reasons to end your marriage with integrity: 1) If you don’t end it well, you may jeopardize the new relationship you can have for the future, if you are co-parenting. 2) If […]

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Hostile Divorce: How to shield your family from the harmful effects

Hostile Divorce: How to shield your family from the harmful effects Recording this on a Sunday after about 14 ten hour days at work, which included, at the end, a three day trial. I am recording a series of videos this month about how to be better at divorce than you were at marriage. How […]

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How Not to Say or Do Something You Will Regret

Avoid a fight with your spouse. How Not to Say or Do Something You Will Regret Avoid a fight with your spouse with these three steps: Pause, breathe and question. Avoid a fight with your spouse and make the moment less stressful. When we experience an something triggers a reaction, we can use that reaction as […]

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Healthy divorce: Ending Your Marriage With Integrity

Healthy divorce: Ending Your Marriage With Integrity Is a Healthy divorce achievable? Are you beginning to think that it may be time for a separation and divorce? If you’re not sure, take our divorce readiness quiz to help you find out. If you do realize that the time has come for separation and divorce, there […]

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12 Classy Ways To Keep Your Dignity During Divorce

12 Classy Ways To Keep Your Dignity During Divorce Dignity during divorce is possible. Stressful situations can lead everyone to make bad decisions. But making good decisions instead can actually make the process less stressful and lead to a better, healthier outcome. By making the situation less stressful, you make it less likely to make […]

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Amicable Divorce? 5 Lessons in how to do it from this short Summary

Amicable Divorce? 5 Lessons in how to do it from this short Summary Is amicable divorce possible? When a marriage is ending, it does not have to be painful and stressful. That’s because collaborative divorce can make the process much healthier. This article is by a recent divorcee that and describes managing to keep the […]

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Divorce with Your Dignity And Self Respect. See 12 Ways in this Intact Summary

12 Ways to Divorce with Your Dignity And Self Respect Intact Summary How to divorce with your dignity intact. Divorce does not have to be a winner take all process. There are better ways to divorce. Ways that allow you and your family a healthier, less stressful path. These ways nearly always lead to a […]

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Core Principles of Collaborative Divorce

Core Principles of Collaborative Divorce     Core Principles #1:Your situation is resolved outside the court           Core Principles #2: Your attorneys cannot represent you if you abandon process litigate             Core Principles #3: Everything is “on the table”           Core Principles […]

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Divorce Litigation: What really happens in litigation (and why collaborative divorce is better)

Divorce Litigation: What really happens in litigation (and why collaborative divorce is better) Video Transcript Today I want to continue talking about divorce options. Now what I wanted to show you today is why divorce litigation is my least favorite option for divorcing couples. I going to use this piece of paper here to demonstrate. […]

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