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    Impact of Divorce on Mental Health

    The divorce process can wreak havoc on mental health, as past triggers combine with the stresses of navigating such a dramatic life transition.

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    Advice for Parting Ways & Dividing Assets

    Certified Divorce Real Estate Experts help facilitate the division of assets during divorces to minimize conflict and streamline this complex, potentially contentious undertaking.

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    Factors to Consider When Choosing a Divorce Lawyer

    When selecting a divorce lawyer, it's important to evaluate multiple attorneys to compare their levels of experience with family law, cost-effectiveness, and alignment with your goals and values.

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    Importance of a Financial Advisor During Divorce

    Financial planning is an integral component of the divorce process, one made less difficult by enlisting professionals trained to guide you through each stage of evaluating and dividing assets.

    Recent Posts

    How to Stop Feeling Sorry for Yourself After Divorce

    by Lisa Arends • Jan 19, 2021

    It's important to take proactive steps to create a life you love in order to stop feeling sorry for yourself following a divorce or separation.

    When Your Ex Wants to Be Friends

    by Lisa Arends • Jan 07, 2021

    Evaluating a post-divorce friendship with your ex depends on a number of factors, not the least of which is whether or not you want to maintain an active relationship with him or her as you attempt to move forward in your own life.

    The Attitude That Will Cost You During Divorce

    by Lisa Arends • Dec 10, 2020

    Though the need to place blame may be a natural consequence of the divorce process, indulging such emotions will rarely help those affected reach closure any more easily.

    Self-Appointed Jobs to Quit After Divorce

    by Lisa Arends • Dec 08, 2020

    The void left following a divorce can often lead to an unhealthy need to take on roles and responsibilities that only serve as roadblocks to moving forward in life.

    What's Within Your Control During Divorce?

    by Lisa Arends • Nov 05, 2020

    It's important to recognize those factors within your control, and those beyond it, while navigating the divorce process, specifically your attitude and overall approach to the transition.

    How to Know If You're Ready for a New Relationship

    by Lisa Arends • Jul 30, 2020

    While there is no set timetable when gauging your readiness for a new relationship, you must be willing to move past the emotional baggage of the past and be open to the prospects which await.

    Ready to Date After Divorce? A Checklist

    by Lisa Arends • Jul 28, 2020

    Before diving into a new relationship following a divorce, make sure you are emotionally prepared to invest the time and energy, and can rely on the counsel of a friend or therapist should you feel the need.

    Excuses from a Cheater and What They Really Mean

    by Lisa Arends • Jul 10, 2020

    A cheating spouse will often resort to a series of excuses, from projecting blame to reflecting on reasons for the infidelity, words which should be examined for their underlying significance.

    How to Handle Being Alone After Divorce

    by Lisa Arends • Apr 06, 2020

    Dealing with loneliness following a divorce can be a tricky trajectory, one made easier by developing connections outside the relationship, avoiding the inclination to self-isolate, and finding ways to celebrate your newfound independence.

    Five Types of People for Your Divorce Support System

    by Lisa Arends • Jan 20, 2020

    When navigating through a divorce, it's important to lean on others for support, particularly those who fall into the following categories: never-married, divorced, married, young and old.