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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.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    Divorce Support Groups: How to Find the Right Fit for You

    by DivorceForce • Feb 24, 2021

    To find the right divorce support group for you, consider several characteristics: facilitator credentials, meeting location, time commitment, group size, personal beliefs, and cost.

    How to Trust Again After Betrayal

    by Lisa Arends • Feb 23, 2021

    Learning to trust again after a betrayal can be a lengthy, ongoing process, but it begins with making the choice to do so, and developing the right mix of courage, awareness, skepticism, faith, and acceptance.

    How to Deal with Pain from Divorce

    by Lisa Arends • Feb 18, 2021

    Dealing with the pain of divorce can be a lengthy process, one made easier by acknowledging your damaged feelings, and allowing them the necessary time and space to heal properly.

    How to Assess Your Financial Health During the Divorce Process

    by DivorceForce • Feb 17, 2021

    To assess your financial health during the divorce process, gather your documentation, hire a professional, assess the divorce expenses, and outline a future plan.

    Mental Exercises to Bring Happiness Into Your Life

    by Tara Eisenhard • Feb 16, 2021

    It's important to be proactive in taking positive steps forward to ensure your divorce doesn't create a downward spiral in your life.

    Tips to Thrive After Divorce

    by Lisa Arends • Feb 12, 2021

    Those who thrive following a divorce focus on taking one step at a time to move forward, allowing for obstacles along the way, but never giving up on the quest for improvement.

    Actions to Take When You Feel Worthless

    by Tara Eisenhard • Feb 11, 2021

    By taking positive steps toward inner peace, you can slowly begin to rebuild feelings of self-worth and confidence in the aftermath of your divorce.

    What Factors Are Used to Evaluate Child Custody?

    by DivorceForce • Feb 10, 2021

    When evaluating child custody, courts will consider the relationship between the parents and child, their ability to provide a stable life, the mental and physical health of both parents and child, and presence of abuse or violence.

    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.

    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.

    The Best Valentine’s Day Gift

    by Vicki Larson • Feb 05, 2021

    Valentine's Day is just one holiday in a long list of occasions that may spark sadness or depression following a divorce, emotions that should be embraced rather than ignored.

    Restyle Yourself Following Divorce

    by DivorceForce • Feb 04, 2021

    Exploring a new sense of style following a divorce can be a huge step forward in gaining confidence, refreshing your look and attitude, and moving toward aspirations of your own.

    Splitting Assets: Who Gets the House in a Divorce?

    by DivorceForce • Feb 03, 2021

    Many factors are considered when deciding who receives the house in the divorce. The fate of the home can be determined by the couple or a judge, depending on the nature of the dissolution.

    Clearing Your Ex Out of Your Life

    by Tara Eisenhard • Feb 02, 2021

    Much like spring cleaning, it's important to cleanse your life of physical possessions, financial entanglements, and mental baggage following a divorce.

    Take the Emotion Out of Dealing With a Difficult Ex

    by Lisa Arends • Feb 01, 2021

    In the wake of a difficult divorce, it's important to regain control of your life by taking steps to minimize any lingering emotional attachments and the effects they may have.

    Feeling Hopeless? It Will Get Better

    by Tara Eisenhard • Jan 29, 2021

    It's important to maintain a sense of hope as you navigate the divorce process, as it will take time to process your emotions and regain a sense of normalcy as you rediscover your own identity apart from your spouse.

    Finding Your Way Through Loss

    by Ali Wilks • Jan 28, 2021

    Finding your way through loss after a divorce can be a lengthy process, with special occasions and milestones serving as triggers for feelings of shock, protest, despair and acceptance as you cycle through the stages of grief once more.