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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

    Thriving In or Out of a Relationship

    by Randi Levin • Feb 25, 2021

    The key to thriving in or out of a relationship lies in having the proper perspective and not losing your own unique identity in the process.

    Top Ways to Love Fully

    by Randi Levin • Feb 08, 2021

    Loving yourself, and others, fully begins by reconnecting with your true purpose and finding joy in it, rather than simply existing day to day.

    Up for Renewal

    by Randi Levin • Jun 10, 2020

    By viewing marriage as a business contract with a renewal date, both parties may be more likely to put consistent effort into making the relationship work as it evolves over time.