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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

    Things You Don't Understand About Divorce Until You've Lived Through It

    by Lisa Arends • Jan 26, 2021

    Divorce tends to be an all-encompassing process, one that affects every aspect of life, creating daily waves of emotion and leaving those involved feeling helpless and fragmented.

    Able & Willing After Divorce

    by Derick Turner • Jan 25, 2021

    It is important to make the choice to be both able and willing to work through compromise and avoid conflict following a divorce, a decision which will benefit your relationship with your children in the long run.

    Do Failed Relationships Equal Wasted Time?

    by Lisa Arends • Jan 22, 2021

    It's important not to frame failed relationships as wasted time, but rather, opportunities to learn and grow from as you move forward and continue to evolve into a better version of yourself.

    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.

    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.

    Is Mediation Premature When Separating from Your Spouse?

    by Jason Levoy • Jan 18, 2021

    Mediation should be considered as a viable alternative when exploring divorce or separation from your spouse, as it may alleviate disagreements and facilitate resolutions.

    How to Get Divorced If You're Broke

    by Jason Levoy • Jan 15, 2021

    If retaining a divorce lawyer is an expense you cannot afford, it may be beneficial to advocate for yourself—through mediation or in court—by doing your own research, consulting with several attorneys, and focusing on the big picture outcome.

    How to Ask for a Prenuptial Agreement

    by Daniel Clemente • Jan 14, 2021

    Requesting a prenuptial agreement is a delicate task, one made easier by having open, transparent communication and outlining your personal reasons for wanting this added layer of security prior to marrying.

    Post-Divorce Financial Checklist: Part II

    by Adrienne Grace • Jan 12, 2021

    It may be helpful to enlist the assistance of a Certified Divorce Financial Advisor when reviewing any changes to be made to your insurance, assets, budgeting, banking, and credit following a divorce.

    Post-Divorce Financial Checklist: Part I

    by Adrienne Grace • Jan 11, 2021

    Following a divorce, it's important to take inventory of financial documents in order to ensure all paperwork is in order, any necessary alterations to names made, and all joint accounts closed.

    Steps to Self-Growth After Divorce

    by Tara Eisenhard • Jan 08, 2021

    Self-growth following a divorce involves getting in touch with your goals and aspirations, developing an appropriate support system, and mapping out a realistic plan to achieve your goals.

    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.

    How to Get Back Up When Divorce Knocks You Down

    by Martha Bodyfelt • Jan 05, 2021

    It's imperative to take stock of your life as an individual and readjust your priorities and future vision in order to successfully acclimate to life after divorce.

    New Career After Divorce: Where to Start

    by Lisa LaBelle, MSC, ACMHC • Jan 04, 2021

    When exploring the possibility of a new career following divorce, be sure to take into account your genuine interests and skills, and do your due diligence to determine the next steps needed to move forward in this pursuit.