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    What Is a Realtor Divorce Specialist & Why Should You Hire One?

    Realtor divorce specialists have undergone intensive training and earned distinguished certifications to handle divorce listings—qualifications that set them apart from general real estate agents and make them the best option for those experiencing this often challenging dissolution.

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    Benefits of Enlisting the Help of a Parenting Coordinator

    Engaging a parenting coordinator can facilitate communication, resolve conflict, implement plans, provide resources, minimize litigation and associated costs, and reduce stress among yourself and children.

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    What Is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst & Why Should You Hire One?

    A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst develops short- and long-term financial plans during divorces, resulting in equitable settlements for both parties.

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    What Is a Divorce Coach & Why Do You Need One?

    A divorce coach is specially trained to guide you through the divorce process, providing support and reducing your legal fees.

    Recent Posts

    Are You Harboring Resentment Against Your Ex?

    by Laura Lifshitz • Feb 09, 2021

    If the answer to this question is yes, it's best to take a step back and take ownership of your actions, in order to begin to move away from the lingering toxicity and toward a more positive, fulfilling future.

    Sources of Shame During Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jan 21, 2021

    The divorce process often requires you to be an advocate for yourself, whether financially, professionally, in rebuilding personal relationships or offering support to children and others who may need it.

    Maximize Your Custody Time with the Kids

    by Laura Lifshitz • Nov 10, 2020

    Parents who share custody of children following a divorce should focus on maximizing this time by eliminating as many distractions as possible and giving their full attention to cultivating a strong bond with their kids.

    Ways to Splurge with a Younger Man After Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • Oct 22, 2020

    It's perfectly acceptable to take advantage of your newfound freedom and indulge your fantasies by enlisting the help of a younger man.

    Saying Goodbye Can Mean Saying Hello to a Better Life

    by Laura Lifshitz • Oct 15, 2020

    While saying goodbye to a relationship may be a painful process, it can also open the door to new possibilities, both in your love life and beyond.

    Stages of Divorce Joy

    by Laura Lifshitz • Oct 08, 2020

    Many tend to experience several stages of "divorce joy" following the official end of a marriage, ranging from disbelief to fully embracing their newly single status.

    Intrusive Questions and How to Handle Them

    by Laura Lifshitz • Oct 01, 2020

    It's important to address intrusive questions with a balance of honesty and tact as you reenter the dating pool following a divorce, being careful not to reveal too many details until you've established a level of trust.

    60 Day Aloneness Challenge

    by Laura Lifshitz • Sep 22, 2020

    It's important for those recently divorced to take time to focus on mental health and wellbeing, as you gradually transition into a new chapter of life on your own.

    Establishing New Traditions Post-Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • Sep 17, 2020

    It's important to establish a selection of annual tradition following a divorce, both with family and solo, in order to embrace the new direction your life has taken.

    Helpful Hints When Divorcing with Kids

    by Laura Lifshitz • Sep 10, 2020

    When navigating a divorce with children, it's vital for both parents to make a concerted effort to minimize emotional turmoil by remaining cordial, co-parenting when possible, and keeping lines of communication open.

    Building Gratitude Following Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • Aug 20, 2020

    Building gratitude following a divorce begins with taking stock of your life and appreciating the positives, from small details to larger goals that may now be attainable.

    Items to Tackle Your First Year of Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 26, 2020

    Your first year post-divorce is a crucial time to tackle some bucket-list items, on the road to embracing your newfound single lifestyle and future goals and aspirations.

    Summer Heartaches of Divorce You Can Get Over

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 19, 2020

    Summertime can be especially difficult for those dealing with a recent divorce, and so it's important to be proactive in making plans, joining support groups, and adjusting to life on your own during this period.

    My Summer of Zero Dates

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 12, 2020

    There are times when it's vital to take stock of your relationships and reevaluate how you would like to spend your time, and with whom, to avoid the pitfall of going through the motions.

    Mental Mantras to Adopt After Divorce to Find Peace

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 03, 2020

    Adopting mental mantras following a divorce can help to channel positivity about yourself, the divorce, and the steps you will need to take in order to move forward in life.

    Number One Hardest Thing About Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • May 15, 2020

    The most difficult aspect of divorce is knowing whether or not you will be okay once the process is complete, a prospect you must be open-minded to in order to be successful.